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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishamoka‧mok /əˈmɒk $ əˈmɑːk/ (also amuck) adverb   run amok
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amokThere is the pop psychology of the day, run amok.There were Peace Rallies in the 1960s, with stone-throwing anarchists running amok.I think Mum worried that I might run amok and stick my penknife straight into Katie.A science-fiction thriller about a planet that is mired in civil war and whose computerized defense system runs amok, threatening everyone.With Thatcher running amok through the welfare state, lobby groups are preoccupied defending what was once thought unassailable.
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