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Synonyms for ensue

to occur as a consequence

to occur after in time

Synonyms for ensue

issue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.)

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Chaos ensued at the mortuary when Anyokoti's relatives demanded to take the body and bury it in the middle of the suspect's compound.
Trouble started when an argument ensued over a missing phone of which the deceased accused the suspect of being in his possession.
Noida (Uttar Pradesh) [India], October 10 ( ANI ): Two brothers were murdered after a brawl ensued in the Barola village of Sector 49, Noida.
La Salle center Abu Tratter jumped in front of the fallen Ebonia while teammate Ricci Rivero slammed the ball at the FEU player, before following it up with a punt kick as another free-for-all ensued.
During the meeting, they discussed issues related to Syrian refugees in Lebanon and the ensued problems.
Quite a noise must have ensued, perhaps from the horse on falling but certainly cries of horror from those close eye witnesses, yet where are the majority of the people in the photograph looking?
Earlier on Tuesday, an hour-long gunbattle ensued between local police forces and fighters after fighters attacked a police checkpoint in the province's Zhari district.
Little is written about the events that ensued after Custer's last stand at the Battle of Little Big Horn, and its effect on the Native Sioux and the US Army's eventual sucess.
The perception is that justice was not done and the wrong result has ensued.
The gunbattle ensued when the alert Indian troops tried to foil an
Sunday, the suspect holed himself up in the attic and a standoff ensued.
The public criticism of GE and of the former CEO that ensued ultimately forced Welch to "voluntarily" relinquish $2.
Two veterans were killed and three police officers were injured in the violence that ensued that day.