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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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Gone are the Communist brainwashers of the 1962 film, who controlled captured GIs by means of superpowerful Asiatic hypnosis.
TONY Blair is sending out specially-trained teams of "brainwashers" to tackle Labour dissidents against war on Iraq.
Imagine telling those hanging off the helicopter rails in Saigon in 1975, desperate to escape the advance of the butchers and brainwashers, that Communism was a noble force.
Are the long books and pages of detailed theorizing that now crowd the bookshelves just an intellectual gloss on what shills, brainwashers, and rhetoricians have known for centuries, if not for millennia?
Gallery, "We Can Battle the Brainwashers," Saturday Evening Post, 22 January 1955, 98.
TONY Blair is sending out teams of "brainwashers" to tackle Labour dissidents against war on Iraq.
His fear was that communist brainwashers and genetic engineers would try to mold this "human nature." "No doubt," Popper wrote, "biology and psychology can solve, or will soon be able to solve, the problem of transforming man: Yet those who attempt to do this are bound to destroy the objectivity of science, and so science itself, since these are both based upon free competition of thought; that is, upon freedom."
with Miami Airlines, Hello Lobster, the Brainwashers and Kiss the Girl.
Evidence assembled by Fuster's supporters as they seek a new hearing for him suggests that he had scandalously inadequate legal representation and was entirely innocent, put away by brainwashers sponsored by our good Attorney General, who is so concerned about child abuse that she gave the green light for the F.B.I.
The Brainwashers and Los Mex Pistols will host a St.