In a frantic or frenzied and violent manner; in a confused, jumbled or uncontrolled state. (adverb)
Examples of word amuck
I think they are counting on the press and the distracted public to see "partisanship" running amuck, which is how the Republicans have already positioned themselves for the '06 elections.
What "amuck" we've run since needs much more space than I have here.
I fancied for awhile that one of their number must have run "amuck," and the rest meant to send him to slumber.
The claims, filed in Delaware Chancery Court, allege that recent developments at News of the World in the U.K. demonstrate "a culture run amuck within News Corp. and a Board that provides no effective review or oversight."
He has run amuck, harassing Latinos while generating lawsuits, investigations, and the ire of the Hispanic community.