Refers to the actions, consequences, and repercussions which result from some prior stimulus or event.(adjective)
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Use "ensuing" in a sentence
"M.reover, the "violent effervescence" which he describes as ensuing on the latter being dropped into an acid, does not of necessity take place: in M. Guimet's finest variety, the brilliant ultramarine, acid produces little or no effervescence."
"I bought 2 more in ensuing years to increase our hunting territory."
"Cronkite was supposed to have a continuing relationship with the network, but it didn't work out that way, and in ensuing years he smarted at the way CBS rarely invited him back on its air."