How to Pronounce ensue?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ensue" is [ɛnsjˈuː], [ɛnsjˈuː], [ɛ_n_s_j_ˈuː].

"Ensue" in context

Ensue (verb) is a term used to describe the consequences that occur as a result of something else preceding it. It has been used in a number of contexts, from legal proceedings to everyday conversations. For example, one might say that a consequence of a negative action ensues, indicating that whatever the action was, it has caused some sort of direct result. In the legal world, ensue might refer to the steps taken after an action has been taken, such as when a court order has been issued.

In literature, the word ensue may be used in a more poetic sense.

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