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ensuing
used in Gone with the Wind

2 uses
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Definition
following (some event in time) — and typically because of that event
  • She had forgotten the trinkets she had intended to hide and, with a sneer which she hoped was as eloquent as that pictured on Grandma Robillard's face, she flung the articles to the floor and almost enjoyed the rapacious scramble that ensued.
    3.27 (52% in)
  • Then a hubbub ensued, Archie picking her up, India running to the kitchen for water, Pitty and Scarlett fanning her and slapping her wrists, while Hugh Elsing shouted over and over: "Now you've done it!
    4.45 (70% in)

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