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hypnotize

 [hip´no-tīz]
to induce hypnosis.

hyp·no·tize

(hip'nō-tīz),
To induct a subject into hypnosis.

hypnotize

/hyp·no·tize/ (-tīz) to induce a state of hypnosis.

hypnotize

(hĭp′nə-tīz′)
tr.v. hypno·tized, hypno·tizing, hypno·tizes
1. To put into a state of hypnosis.
2. To fascinate by or as if by hypnosis.

hyp′no·tiz′a·bil′i·ty n.
hyp′no·tiz′a·ble adj.
hyp′no·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
hyp′no·tiz′er n.

hypnotize

[hip′nətīz]
1 to put into a state of hypnosis.
2 to fascinate, entrance, or control through personal charm.

hyp·no·tize

(hip'nŏ-tīz)
To induce hypnosis.

hyp·no·tize

(hip'nŏ-tīz)
To induct someone into hypnosis.

hypnotize (hip´nōtīz),

v to put into a state of hypnosis in which there is a condition of heightened suggestibility.
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