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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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A lively history ensues, pairing political decision processes with insights on the eventual war between the states, Slave Nation is a work of painstakingly thorough scholarship combined with a thoroughly "reader friendly" text that is completely accessible to the non-specialist general rader and a welcome, enthusiastically recommended addition to any personal, community, or school library American History collection or supplemental studies reading list.
Conflict ensues when both reach the yellow lake at the same time, but when one Shader gets in trouble a Tinter rushes to his aid without thinking about it, and both tribes learn the values of cooperation and sharing.
An excellent, fast-paced story of feathered battles ensues.
A nightmare whirlwind that will test him to his limits ensues, in this gripping page-tuner that leaves the reader in suspense to the very end.
What ensues is a frenzied witch hunt where stereotypes are the calling cards of the villains and where well-coiffed metrosexuals try to act as Keystone vice cops trying to seduce each other in an attempt to out and banish fellow challengers.
When litigation ensues, corporations are often ill-equipped to stop backup tape recycling, intentional spoliation or unintentional data overwriting.
Otherwise, a timeout ensues and has the effect discussed above.
Talespin: Public Relations Disasters--Inside Stories & Lessons Learned is an anthology of true public relations gaffes--from the brouhaha that ensues when two sports mascots get into an all-to-real physical altercation on the field, to the infamous Ford vehicle/Firestone tire defects considered responsible for the loss of dozens of lives.
Hilarity ensues almost immediately, encouraged by a superlative cast of secondary characters.