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hypnotize

[′hip·nə‚tīz]
(psychology)
To induce a state of hypnosis.
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I'd like to hypnotise him to relax and enjoy a Friday night in with his newborn baby and girlfriend and watch Netflix and just chill out.
Some three years ago, I was alone with Michael Jackson in a recording studio and I told him that if he would let me I would hypnotise him," Geller told the radio.
When I hypnotise myself I simply zone out by breathing deeply and allowing all of my muscles to relax.
But you can use those methods to hypnotise a potential boss that you are the best candidate.
Mark Palmer, secretary of the Nuneaton Carnival committee, said: "He has to hypnotise 39 people in a minute to break the record, but it would be great if he could get even more.
Have you ever tried to hypnotise your This Morning co-star Holly Willoughby?
This is the first attempt of its kind to hypnotise people via social networking sites," the Telegraph quoted Hughes as saying.
Some three years ago,I was alone with Michael Jackson in a recording studio and I told him that that if he would let me I would hypnotise him,'' Geller told the radio.