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Word: berserk

Definition: mad with violent anger; frenzied; madly excited


Sentences Containing 'berserk'

Ah-Dol went berserk when Woon-Ha supposedly "died", at the hands of Yureka's creator Jaeha.
Both are killed by the Ihrdizu when Kammer goes berserk after realizing that the natives still hunt carpet whales.
He has been seen with a zanpakuto during Ichigo's training when the young man went berserk, he helped restrain him while also brandishing the blade at him.
He strikes enemies blind and deaf but when his own men fight they go berserk and cannot be harmed.
His inspirations, plots and themes were often bizarre and at times bordered on the berserk.
If the player fails to provide them the necessary materials and workshop, the dwarf will go insane, in which they will be stricken by melancholy, go stark raving mad, or go berserk, in which they will either commit suicide, run around the fortress naked and babbling, or actively attack the other dwarves respectively.
In a 2010 "Common Sense" show titled "Flirting with the Berserk Line," Carlin announces that the only two politicians in the US he believes are most likely to help fix the US political system are Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul.
In the 1960s and 1970s, he began producing horror films in the United Kingdom, working with such stars as Joan Crawford in "Berserk!" and "Trog" and Jack Palance in "Craze".
In the manga series, "Berserk", the Emperor Ganishka working as Griffith's enemy in "Berserk" was based on King Kanishka.
Mega Man defeats the remaining Robot Masters and goes back home, learning upon arriving that Bass had gone berserk and left the lab with parts for new enhancements Dr. Light was working on.
The next single, "Berserk Warriors" (December 1981), was a satirical tribute to ABBA, although the concurrent release of the pop hit "Swords of a Thousand Men" by British band Tenpole Tudor prevented Mental As Anything from realising their plan to make a Viking-themed music video to promote it, although they did eventually make the clip as planned and included it on their subsequent video album compilation.
These include modifying the Berserk spell so the target focuses a little on its own defense rather than dedicating all power to attacking, and bouncing his magic off his own barrier to create magic capable of piercing an opponent's magic barrier.
This kind of writing drives me berserk".

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