ensue (v.) Old form(s): insewe , insue
follow [especially, as a logical outcome]
AYL I.iii.30[Celia to Rosalind, of Duke Senior loving Sir Rowland dearly] Doth it therefore ensue that you should love his son dearly?
E3 V.i.91[King Edward to Queen] For what is he that will attempt great deeds / And lose the glory that ensues the same?
Luc.502[Tarquin to Lucrece] I know repentant tears ensue the deed
R2 II.i.197[York to King Richard] Let not tomorrow then ensue today
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