Definitions

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  • adj. Ensuing; following as a consequence.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Following in natural sequence; sequent; accordant.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. following or accompanying as a consequence

Etymologies

Anglo-Norman ensuant, present participle of ensivre, itself from Latin īnsequor ("I follow, I pursue"). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • And I think more lessons in blood will be needed because 9/11 and the hamstringing and ensuant butchery of lower middle class volunteer soldiers isn't enough to change those laws and constraints.

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  • Fortunately for Daugherty, too, her trip to the Palo Pinto County Jail and ensuant booking as an inmate was also in the name of acting.

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  • The exclusive welfare prefabricated in this housing is the welfare paying on the ensuant taxes, which in New milker is 18\% for lien amounts over $1500.00.

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  • And bycause ye shall not thinke the maker hath premeditated beforehand any such fashioned ditty, do ye your selfe make one verse whether it be of perfect or imperfect sense, and giue it him for a theame to make all the rest upon: if ye shall perceiue the maker do keepe the measures and rime as ye haue appointed him, and besides do make his dittie sensible and ensuant to the first verse in good reason, then may ye say he is his crafts maister.

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  • And bycause ye shall not thinke the maker hath premeditated beforehand any such fashioned ditty, do ye your selfe make one verse whether it be of perfect or imperfect sense, and giue it him for a theame to make all the rest vpon: if ye shall perceiue the maker do keepe the measures and rime as ye haue appointed him, and besides do make his dittie sensible and ensuant to the first verse in good reason, then may ye say he is his crafts maister.

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  • When CBK was in power, my mother (54 years ... tired: sorry - i think i needed to rant too .... indi: This is not meant to have any particular correlation to reality, what with the ensuant hurt feelings - but rather a stand-alone rant.

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  • Railroad telegraphers' shorthand for the phrase "Have you any evidence?" --US Railway Association, Standard Cipher Code, 1906.

    January 22, 2013