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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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The clip for Metropolis will feature art from a number of artists, directed by Mr Brainwash.
And to achieve its goals, it has been participating in the vicious campaign to brainwash, corrupt, dumb down, and desensitize America's youth.
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Apparently, members of Congress can brainwash each other, but they can't brainwash the voters of this country, which will be reflected in the coming elections.
But it's a myth that such groups brainwash people or use mind-control, experts say.