Ensuing and Following

Ensuing

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Ensuing adjective – Being the one that comes immediately after another.
Usage example: business was slow in the restaurant's first year, but the ensuing year saw a much-needed increase

Following is a synonym for ensuing in subsequent topic. In some cases you can use "Following" instead an adjective "Ensuing", when it comes to topics like resultant, consequent, further, succeeding. popular alternative
Nearby Words: ensue, ensued
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Following

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Following adjective – Being the one that comes immediately after another.
Usage example: the following morning, I found the cat was gone

Ensuing is a synonym for following in next topic. You can use "Ensuing" instead an adjective "Following", if it concerns topics such as subsequent, happening, consequent, further. popular alternative
Nearby Words: follow, follower, followed
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Both words in one sentence

  • Useful Notes / Greece Following the end of the civil war, the ensuing eighteen or so years were full of political instability and frequent government changes.
  • Two and a Half Men: In 2011, Charlie Sheen was fired from the show following disputes with its staff and an ensuing public meltdown.
  • Down to the Last Play The ensuing controversy caused so many fans to call the NFL commissioner's office that the line was disconnected, and the regular officials were brought back the following week.
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