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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishensuingen‧su‧ing /ɪnˈsjuːɪŋ $ -ˈsuː-/ adjective [only before noun]  AFTERhappening after a particular action or event, especially as a result of it syn followingthe ensuing battle/conflict/debate etc In the ensuing fighting, two students were killed.the ensuing days/months/years etc (=the days, months etc after an event) The situation deteriorated over the ensuing weeks.
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ensuingThe Agency, however, has challenged the basis of the designations and the ensuing allocation of resources.Hundreds of thousands of people travelling home or heading out for the evening were caught up in the ensuing chaos.During the ensuing days every Ras and chieftain in the country must have been camped in and around Addis Ababa.Someone shouted 'Fire!' and in the ensuing panic several people were injured.In the ensuing Parliament he served as a private secretary at the Colonial Office.The choice that this book tends towards is the second, and the ensuing problems are discussed in Chapter 5.Imperial Airways had difficulty in extricating themselves from the ensuing row.Dieter is deposed after the ensuing scandal.They met each other several times over the ensuing six months.After the first two weeks of prednisolone, the daily dosage was steadily reduced to zero over the ensuing weeks.the ensuing battle/conflict/debate etcNamely, whatever action the company took, it would be blamed for the ensuing conflict.The events that immediately precede a strike are more accurately defined as the factors which serve to precipitate the ensuing conflict.In the ensuing debate Gorbachev found himself assailed by conservatives and radicals alike over his policies and his record.Of course, Perry falls for Campbell and the ensuing conflicts of loyalty are meant to keep viewers riveted.Science now occupied a central place in the ensuing debate over national efficiency.In the ensuing conflict the dirt suffers.
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