ensue[ en-soo ]SEE DEFINITION OF ensue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENSUE
To the whole audience, in response to the laughter sure to ensue.
Consequences easy to foresee did, as a matter of fact, ensue.
Thither I bent my steps, half fearing, half hoping, what might ensue.
Little did we foresee the tremendous results which were to ensue from that meeting!
And in such case should not I be answerable for any mischief which might ensue?
On the 9th day of the 2d month "fish is not to be eaten or sickness will ensue."
And then I shuddered as I pictured the bloodshed that might ensue.
If protected by cavalry, then probably a cavalry combat will ensue.
They saw the perils that might ensue of going on pilgrimage.
How it is all to be done I have not been informed, but you can imagine the chaos that can ensue.