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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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