SB 10.36.18

niśamya tad bhoja-patiḥ
 kopāt pracalitendriyaḥ
niśātam asim ādatta
 vasudeva-jighāṁsayā
Word for word: 
niśamya — hearing; tat — that; bhoja-patiḥ — the lord of the Bhoja dynasty (Kaṁsa); kopāt — out of anger; pracalita — disturbed; indriyaḥ — his senses; niśātam — sharp; asim — a sword; ādatta — took up; vasudeva-jighāṁsayā — with the desire to kill Vasudeva.
Translation: 
Upon hearing this, the master of the Bhojas became furious and lost control of his senses. He picked up a sharp sword to kill Vasudeva.