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brainwash

(brān′wŏsh′, -wôsh′)
tr.v. brain·washed, brain·washing, brain·washes
To subject to brainwashing.
n.
The process or an instance of brainwashing.
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LONDON -- Igniting the fusion of electronic music and street art, in a collaboration the likes of which has never been seen before, burn, a leading energy drink from The Coca-Cola Company, is bringing together - GRAMMY[R] award-winning DJ and producer David Guetta and Los Angeles-based Filmmaker and critically acclaimed Pop Artist Mr Brainwash.
She acted as if she indeed has the capability to brainwash American youth and spoke as if she was indeed trying to.
Brainwash alongside the kinetic art of Patrick Rubinstein.
I don't mind parties using other people's money to brainwash me but I do object to being brainwashed by my own money.
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In a sermon available below, Jeffress claims gay and lesbian activists have been engaged in a decades-long effort to brainwash the American public into accepting homosexuality as normal.