What is another word for ensuing?

Pronunciation: [ɛnsjˈuːɪŋ] (IPA)

The word "ensuing" signifies something that follows or happens as a result of something else. It is a common word used in writing, especially when describing a sequence of events. Synonyms for the word "ensuing" include "following," "subsequent," "consequent," "resultant," and "succeeding." These words help convey a sense of order and progression, allowing the reader to understand the sequence of events and draw connections between them. Other synonyms for "ensuing" that are commonly used include "next," "upcoming," "forthcoming," "imminent," and "approaching." Using synonyms for "ensuing" can help add variety and interest to writing, while also making it more clear and concise.

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What are the opposite words for ensuing?

Antonyms for the word "ensuing" include previous, preceding, antecedent, former, prior, and foregoing. These terms are often used to describe events that occurred before or earlier than something else, rather than those that happen after. For instance, the preceding year refers to the year before the current one, while the antecedent event may refer to an occurrence that happened before another. The use of these antonyms is crucial to creating a more detailed timeline of events, especially in historical or scientific contexts where precise timelines and chronologies are required.

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Usage examples for Ensuing

In February and March, 1873, it proposed that the President should notify the Assembly by message of his intention to speak, and the ensuing discussion was not to take place in his presence.
"A History of the Third French Republic"
C. H. C. Wright
In all nature what is there but growth and decay, what but the steady effort to arrive at perfection, and the ensuing death out of which come new life and effort?
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
Following the habit of the camel, we managed to take enough water before starting to keep sufficient liquid in the stomach and veins for the ensuing day's march.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Ensuing

  • This we had to endure with a serious reduction in the price of goods - added to this early in the ensuing spring our glost oven fell while firing doing us considerable damage and rendering it necessary to build a new one.
    John Hawley
  • Three thousand people died at ground zero. Their families are entitled to a little bit of respect, to respect the memory of those poor people that died there. And how about the families of all those soldiers that died in the two ensuing wars? Aren't they entitled to a little bit of respect - the kids, the wives, the parents?
    Carl Paladino
  • Socrates seems to be the philosophical napkin with which the ensuing cultural thinkers of history wipe their mouths of pedantic ooze.
  • I have a habit of comparing the phraseology of communiqus, one with another across the years, and noting a certain similarity of words, a certain similarity of optimism in the reports which followed the summit meetings and a certain similarity in the lack of practical results during the ensuing years.
    Margaret Hilda Thatcher
  • When today Muslim goondas create a riot in Bhagalpur or in Gonda, the secularist press will obscure this beginning (in both cases bombs thrown from Muslim establishments at Hindu processions) and highlight the ensuing Hindu part of the violence. Some M.J. Akbar will poignantly describe the suffering of some Muslim villagers, and then blame the atmosphere created by the Rathyatra in some distant town, without even mentioning that the riot started with a pre-planned armed attack on a Hindu procession. (...) Not only do you gain on the propaganda front, the press may even come out in support of your demands. For some time, Muslim communalists have demanded a ban on processions. More than 95% of religious processions are Hindu processions anyway, for processions are a thoroughly Pagan practice which in Islam can only be a heterodox oddity. (...) A very good illustration is the next and very important demand of the Muslim communalists : a larger than proportionate reservation for Muslims in the army and the police...
    Koenraad Elst

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