Thesaurus / ensue
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The loss of life which both Max and Dale feared might ensue from the realization of their plans was thus brought to a minimum.
TWO DARING YOUNG PATRIOTSW. P. SHERVILL
Eczema of the tongue may ensue as a sequel of prolonged cutaneous eczema (De Mussy43).
When the attention begins to flag, the tendency is for the vessels to contract, and for sleep to ensue.
SLEEP AND ITS DERANGEMENTSWILLIAM A. HAMMOND
So for the biologist, very much as for the theologian, whenever life takes a residence, death must ensue sooner or later.
THE WILL TO DOUBTALFRED H. LLOYD
These symptoms may be sudden in their occurrence, whence acute acetonmia, or they may ensue slowly.
Lydia suffered one of those silences to ensue in which Staniford had already found himself helpless.
THE LADY OF THE AROOSTOOKWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
His courtiers were surprised at this order, and asked the king what possible harm could ensue from such a trifle.
FLOWERS FROM A PERSIAN GARDEN AND OTHER PAPERSW. A. CLOUSTON
And indeed, when the sound of their voices reached the plucky explorers, there seemed to ensue something like a small panic.
THE PIONEER BOYS ON THE MISSOURIHARRISON ADAMS
He began to talk of all that he might find in them, all he hoped to find, and the "dallars" that might ensue.
MARRIAGEH. G. WELLS
In the course of ages, an expansion beyond those limits might ensue wherever the state of things was congenial.
HISTORY OF THE INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF EUROPE, VOLUME I (OF 2)JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER
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