Ensue vs. Insue

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  • Ensue (verb)

    To follow (a leader, inclination etc.). 15th-17th c.

  • Ensue (verb)

    To follow (in time), to be subsequent to. 15th-17th c.

  • Ensue (verb)

    To occur afterwards, as a result or effect. from 16th c.

    “Give three freshmen six bottles of wine, and hilarity will ensue.”

  • Insue (verb)

    archaic form of ensue

  • Ensue (verb)

    happen or occur afterwards or as a result

    “the difficulties which ensued from their commitment to Cuba”

Oxford Dictionary

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