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used in The Magic Mountain

3 uses
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following (some event in time) — and typically because of that event
  • Silence ensued.
    6.2 - Someone Else (61% in)
  • ...the two clusters of forces, both those of the love instinct and the impulses hostile to it, among which shame and disgust were to be noted in particular, exhibited tensions and passions that exceeded all normal bourgeois bounds; and the ensuing battle between these two forces, which was now carried out in the depths of the soul, prevented wayward instincts from being restrained, steadied, and civilized in the manner necessary for a normal, harmonious, and appropriate love life.
    4.6 - Analysis (51% in)
  • ...Castorp tied his uncle up again—tied him up, there was no other word for it—and left him lying there under an autumn sun in a lounge chair whose comfort was quite indisputable, indeed laudable, just as he himself lay there until the vibrating gong called them back into the society of patients' for their midday meal, which turned out to be first-class, tip-top, and so lavish that the ensuing rest cure was more than mere custom, but a true necessity performed out of personal conviction.
    6.5 - An Attack Repulsed (69% in)

There are no more uses of "ensuing" in The Magic Mountain.

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