OTHER WORDS FOR berserk
Origin of berserk
OTHER WORDS FROM berserkber·serk·ly, adverbber·serk·ness, noun
How to use berserk in a sentence
As for the other two famous images, the blood eagle and the berserker—those are the result of mistranslations.How the Vikings Saved Europe and Got a Terrible Reputation|William O’Connor|September 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There was more than one tradition in the berserker Scotch family to bear out the truth of it.The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
It seemed to him as if his heaven—the savage Walhalla of his Saxon or Danish berserker race—were opened before him.
It was not the headlong, reckless, pugnacious rage of the old Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian berserker.
Suaforlami was soon after slain by the Berserker Andgrim, who then became master of the sword.
Why is it that an outbreak of savage Berserker blood so often excites admiration in the spectator?Friendship and Folly|Maria Louise Pool