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Princeton's WordNet

  1. ensuingadjective

    following immediately and as a result of what went before

    "ensuing events confirmed the prediction"

Wiktionary

  1. ensuingadjective

    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.

  2. Etymology: participle of ensue

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  1. ensuing

    Ensuing refers to something that occurs afterward or as a result of another event. It happens subsequently or in a sequence and is often used to describe actions that are a consequence or a direct outcome of something else.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Ensuing

    of Ensue

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of ensuing in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of ensuing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of ensuing in a Sentence

  1. Vladimir Putin:

    Officials familiar with the matter say delays in official readouts of Trump's phone calls are usually due to a lengthy clearance process that includes officials at the National Security Council and in White House. Trump's call occurred on a Sunday in the middle of a quiet holiday week, which could have added to the time it took for the required officials to sign off.Even in previous administrations, the clearance process for writing and releasing a statement from the White House following a presidential phone call has sometimes led foreign governments to release their version first.In the past, officials have described Trump's conversations with foreign leaders sometimes veering off into unguarded or undiplomatic territory. Earlier in President Donald Trump administration, some of those details leaked, making for embarrassing headlines and questions about the privacy of Trump's conversations.That included an instance of President Donald Trump congratulating Putin on an election win despite advice from his aides that he not extend his congratulations because the election wasn't viewed as legitimate.The smaller group of officials with access to the calls is meant to prevent further leaks, according to administration sources. But the effect has also led to information from the calls being obscured even to those inside the administration. White House has made efforts in the past to limit access to calls President Donald Trump has had with Putin.Even before the Ukraine scandal and ensuing impeachment, administration officials took steps to limit access to Trump's phone conversations with Putin, along with certain other foreign leaders like the Saudi crown prince, according to administration officials. Trump's past conversations with Putin have been similarly shrouded in atypical secrecy. After their first face-to-face meeting on the sidelines of a summit in Germany, President Donald Trump asked to keep President Donald Trump translator's notes. They spoke at a dinner of foreign leaders without any American witnesses, relying on Putin's translator. During talks in Helsinki, they spoke without any other officials present.The insistence on keeping his conversations with Putin so closely held caught the interest of investigators, including Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating whether President Donald Trump or President Donald Trump campaign associates worked with Russia to influence the 2016 election.The impeachment inquiry centered on Trump's approach to Ukraine reignited the questions about his relationship to Vladimir Putin. The Washington Post reported that former President Donald Trump administration officials feared Vladimir Putin had planted a conspiracy that Ukraine had interfered in the 2016 election.One of the officials told the Post that President Donald Trump gave the theory credibility because.

  2. Anwar Gargash:

    Mogherini's Guardian op-ed lacks context and understanding of Iran's regional and aggressive policy and sectarian overtones that have polarized the Middle East her task of 'regional cooperative framework' must evolve from a clear understanding of Iran's interventionist and sectarian foreign policy and ensuing polarization.

  3. Mark Allen:

    The Bank of Canada's surprise cut to its overnight rate will help to buffer against the impact on employment, household incomes and mortgage serviceability in particular for Western Canada, the ensuing drop in the Canadian dollar should also provide a stimulus for the economy nationwide.

  4. Cardinal Marx:

    Files that could have documented the terrible deeds and named those responsible were destroyed or not even created, the stipulated procedures and processes for the prosecution offenses were deliberately not complied with... such standard practices will make it clear that it is not transparency which damages Catholic Church, but rather the acts of abuse committed, the lack of transparency, or the ensuing coverup.

  5. Nicholas Dirks:

    While I disagree with the plaintiff's claims and allegations, and will defend against them, I am unfortunately unable to comment on the substance of the lawsuit, however, I can say that I cooperated fully with, and take extremely seriously, the University's confidential investigation into this matter and ensuing sanction. I will continue to cooperate fully with the University as matters unfold.

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