Amokin blinder Wut
Adjective(1) wildly frenzied and out of control
Adverb(1) wildly; without self-control(2) in a murderous frenzy
(1) stone-throwing anarchists running amok(2) her feelings seemed to be running amok(3) stone-throwing anarchists were running amok(4) Exploitation runs amuck as the director uses the clan to create what he considers lively entertainment.(5) And you see corporate crime running amuck with very limited enforcement resources.(6) Was it that his age was such that his hormones were running amuck , or was he deeply frustrated with his life, or did he simply try to kick the pup because he could?(7) The police won't really come out unless someone's running amuck .(8) The sight of a proper gentleman fuming with European rage while wearing a woman's wig and running amuck with his British coworkers as they get out of yet another pickle with the local authorities usually has me laughing.(9) More precisely, the film's fiction has nature running amuck as a result of toxic waste, dumped out of corporate greed.(10) Do staff members try to make up for the lack of rampaging aliens by occasionally running amok themselves?(11) Dozens of riot police ran amok in a housing complex here on Tuesday following a minor accident involving an officer and a local resident, leaving five people wounded.(12) Why is it that when a lunatic, criminal or terrorist runs amok with a gun, the media shouts ├ö├ç├┐ban guns├ö├ç├û, yet when an aircraft is deliberately flown into a skyscraper or a joyrider wipes out a bus queue, we never hear ├ö├ç├┐ban aircraft and cars├ö├ç├û.(13) Countries around the world are facing the problem of anarchists running amok .
(1) run amok :: Amok laufen
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