Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Then there ensued the softest chorus of lady-laughter, as if at some hidden joke.

Then ensued the most tremendous scene through which Dick had yet passed.

Hereupon ensued a process of thought in the mind of the knight.

Now ensued a spell of calm weather, with a film of haze over the sky.

I am assured that the scene which ensued baffles all description.

We should weary our readers with a detail of the platitudes which ensued.

There ensued a rather flurried wishing of happiness to the pair.

What now ensued was perhaps their most remarkable behaviour at the day.

Even the good things that the atom had brought were destroyed in the panic that ensued.

By the silent embarrassment which ensued she guessed her blunder.