As a verb ensuing
As an adjective ensuing
is refers to the actions, consequences, and repercussions which result from some prior stimulus or event.
As an adverb ensuingly is
in an ensuing manner; subsequently.
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Refers to the actions, consequences, and repercussions which result from some prior stimulus or event.
- We watched the derailment and ensuing train wreck with a mixture of fascination and horror.
In an ensuing manner; subsequently.
, author=Richard Buckminister Fuller et al.
, title=Your Private Sky: Discourse
, passage=A corollary to the ephemeralizing-toward-pure-energy progression that is taking place throughout all science, and, ensuingly
, throughout industry—which simply translates science into bread and butter for people—is that the more abstract the means of accomplishment the more specific the results[.]}}