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- v. Archaic form of ensue.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. See ensue, v. i.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of ensuc.
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I suspect it would have been harder to have the Europe first strategy (even without Pearl harbour) with the consequences that would insue.
If you support Clinton but choose to support McCain because you are angry she is not the nominee: Then you deserve the misery that will insue if McCain becomes president.
I realize that unpleasantness will insue and the first few years will probably be painful until the states define more clearly the particulars of their increased sovereignty.
Take the average guy and do that to him, a fight will insue. keithnoir
The second was, that he did not wish to figure in the lawsuit which would insue in all probability, and be brought in to testify against Thenardier.
They don't take into consideration a huge price increase that will insue if he does what they want, or even that flashlights in the color they favor are toxic.
The privilages that insue with having white skin in the USA are so apparent to anybody not of that demographic, but yet much of the privilaged cLass is also being oppressed.
Bush “quickly” jumped on a PR chance to give “better” response to hurrincane Rita, that turned out to not be needed, but what did insue was “horrible.”
Of this Mr A (tillalaric) and these wasch woman (dapple-hued), fhronehflord and feeofeeds, who had insue keen and able and a spindlesong aside, nothing more is told until now, his awebrume hour, her sere Sahara of sad oakleaves.
How to deal with having to tell parents that the child is misbehaving if a beating may insue.