It is the slave who claims to be from another world--he who escaped when the thag ran amuck
within the amphitheater.
He had seen bulls about to run amuck
burst thus suddenly from the jungle upon the members of the tribe, and so Go-lat took no chances.
The priest went mad, and with his heavy bludgeon ran amuck
among his fellows.
I saw a Russian correspondent, a strong brutal-looking man, go off into hysterics; I saw another run amuck
through the camp, shooting right and left, and, finally, blow his own brains out.
All we can do is to guard the coast and keep them from breaking back on the plantation and running amuck
He had the strength of several men, and he ran amuck
No, there was no excuse for it, and they turned back to their feeding, but with an eye upon the ape-man lest he be preparing to suddenly run amuck
In all such cases your movers, and your seconders, and your supporters --your regular Professors of all degrees, run amuck
like so many mad Malays; habitually attributing the lowest and basest motives with the utmost recklessness (let me call your attention to a recent instance in yourself for which you should blush), and quoting figures which you know to be as wilfully onesided as a statement of any complicated account that should be all Creditor side and no Debtor, or all Debtor side and no Creditor.