The play ultimately failed, but the Chiefs managed only one first down on the ensuing series, and Tommy Townsend shanked the punt for just 29 yards.
Unlike their opening possession, the Bucs were able to get a first down, when running back Ronald Jones rumbled for 13 yards, but an ensuing end-around by wide receiver Scotty Miller lost three yards.
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl hit a pair of free throws, and while Georgetown was able to force a missed three-pointer on the ensuing extra possession, Villanova’s Collin Gillespie secured the offensive rebound and was fouled.
Success ensues and he becomes a notable virus hunter, does Ted Talks, receives grants and publishes papers and, in 2011, his bestselling book, “The Viral Storm.”
Aluma had a layup on the ensuing inbound play but missed, and the Panthers got Au’Diese Toney’s layup and three-pointer for a 68-55 lead.
She wants a “hagiography,” and the conflicts and confusions that ensue provide The Last Word with its comic momentum.
There would be no end to the chaos that would ensue, making the country virtually ungovernable.
That was six years before the so-called biography law, but the row over Garrincha set the tone for the battles that would ensue.
These were the sorts of measures that the other negotiators expected to ensue at future stages of the normalization process.
Erdogan could be either a spoiler or catalyst if significant Israeli-Palestinian negotiations ensue.
If there is everywhere complete economic freedom, then there will ensue in consequence a régime of social justice.
In their view, if only this were accomplished blessings innumerable would ensue and all complaints would for ever cease.
These symptoms may be present in a variety of degrees, and in advanced cases even imbecility or paralysis may ensue.
If she should ask her mother, a string of questions would ensue, with "No" for a snapper.
It is obvious that between the ascetics of the monastery and the Classicists direct friction must ensue.
On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ensue, such as: arise, befall, come up, emanate, occur, and turn out.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.