berserk

[ ber-surk, -zurk ]SEE DEFINITION OF berserk

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BERSERK

I am ordered to send this berserk with a troop of nineteen men to waylay thee.

“King Harald would speak with thee,” said the man, who was no other than Hake the berserk.

A sort of berserk rage possessed him at the sight of that wound.

He had all the fervour of the fanatic, and when he prayed his eyes assumed a Berserk look.

One never gets used to the bulk and height of these berserk Campanias.

But the innate craft of the wilderness rose to guide his berserk rage.

When angry they used to fall into the berserk's fury, and nothing escaped that was before them.

The berserk was sitting on his horse wearing his helmet, the chin-piece of which was not fastened.

Thereupon, half the female population ran after the berserk Martian.

And he and Thrain the Berserk still live in the popular songs of the North.

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