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berserk

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishberserkber‧serk /bɜːˈsɜːk, bə- $ bɜːrˈsɜːrk, ˈbɜːrsɜːrk/ adjective 🔊 🔊 go berserk
Examples from the Corpus
berserkBut how can our uppermost tier go so berserk?Toos threw unending series of berserk punches, ignoring incoming rounds as if they were raindrops on a pleasant spring day.
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