hypnotize

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hypnotize

[′hip·nə‚tīz]
(psychology)
To induce a state of hypnosis.
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A man I hypnotised declared his secret love for the girlfriend of his best mate, to the embarrassment of all.
And his owners think he bears a striking resemblance to panther Bagheera from The Jungle Book which was hypnotised by the snake Kaa.
For the final part of his lecture Mohamed hypnotised the attendees.
You respect the opposition but you can't become hypnotised by them.
London, September 29 ( ANI ): Adolf Hitler's piercing eyes hypnotised millions to slavishly follow him into the abyss of the Second World War, according to a new book.
By MIcHELLE O'KEEffE MANY women battling the bulge are getting hypnotised to believe they have had a gastric band fitted.
Neil was highly affected by the emotions he experienced while hypnotised and wants to find out if Hawksworth really existed.
Geller told Israel's Army Radio he hypnotised Jackson when the two were alone in a recording studio.
Geller said he hypnotised Jackson when the two were alone in a recording studio at an undisclosed location.
Agame show where contestants are hypnotised sounded pretty crazy when it was launched last year.
As long as it's offered, I'll grab it" Actress June Whitfield, 88 "I once had to be hypnotised to go to Australia.