berserk


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Synonyms for berserk

Synonyms for berserk

one of the ancient Norse warriors legendary for working themselves into a frenzy before a battle and fighting with reckless savagery and insane fury

frenzied as if possessed by a demon

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Cirque Berserk is run by Martin Burton who also owns the more traditional Zippo's Circus.
I've seen testimonials claiming Tweedy is the best thing about Cirque Berserk, but I question this: for me, the primal feelings of fear and amazement you get from watching the stunt riders, the knife-thrower and the whippy man is what makes this show something special.
Sublime Galleria introduced a unique proprietary event, Berserk in 2013.
The guy who was causing all thetroublewasabigladandhewent berserk in a row over his girlfriend.
From the moment the Berserk sets sail, the boat seems to be "always one wave from capsizing".
This berserk, self-parodying vision of bureaucrats weighing and balancing spiritual fates in a Ministry of True Will is from Crowley's 1937 essay, "The Scientific Solution of the Problem of Government.
When he and his wife, climbed onto the stage of the Imperial Theatre, the Fantasia audience went berserk.
With You in Mind #2 (all works 1999) swoops over its more than nine feet of paper like a mandala gone berserk.
The berserk police are errant immune cells and their innocent victims are sheaths of a substance called myelin that surrounds axons--the impulse-carrying tendrils extending from neurons, or nerve cells.
Fruits Of Love went berserk in his horsebox and had to be cut free before finally returning to Middleham via the Royal Veterinary College in Hertfordshire.
It is much made up of stolid sub-Corbusian precast concrete slab blocks set rigid in militaristic ranks: as dull a campus as can be found anywhere in the Western academic world which during the 1960s and '70s went berserk building huge quantities of university accommodation with little regard to quality, or even longevity.
There are times'" says Walker, "when the volcanoes just go berserk," spewing hot lava and gases from Earth's interior into the sea.
But this one is absurd; it is housekeeping gone berserk.
The Four Emus label pays tribute to the daunting landscape of Western Australia and the berserk creatures that reside there.
Summary: Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], October 9 (ANI): Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Monday cornered Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Government in Gujarat over the development achieved in the state, likening it to a person and saying it had gone berserk.