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adjective as in crazed

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It’s still not fully understood why Maria had suddenly gone berserk.

“We all just went berserk with joy,” Martin recalled this week in a Zoom interview.

A recent NBC report, for instance, describes how QAnon groups radicalized a woman into attacking a mask display at Target, and another into going berserk about masks at a Florida city government meeting.

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In the middle of the game, one of the mascots lost his head and went berserk, pushing kids out of the way to find it.

“She accused me of sexual harassment and went completely berserk,” he says.

Just take it from this household appliance that goes completely berserk when the music starts.

The throw by Yankee outfielder Shane Spencer went literally berserk.

It was as if the human immune system had suddenly and inexplicably gone berserk.

If she's gone Berserk on your account, I warn you that she's in the mood to marry the first man in the street who's kind to her.

It came only when Bob went berserk, and fought with his hands.

With that the big servo-pilot took off for 22A like a berserk robot and we were right behind him.

He muttered half aloud and then quite suddenly went berserk.

Hægberg was going about with his leather apron hanging down over one shoulder, as furious as a Berserk.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to berserk, such as: crazy, demented, deranged, insane, mad, and maniacal.

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