hyp·no·tize transitive verb \-ˌtīz\
Examples of HYPNOTIZE
- The therapist hypnotized him and asked him questions about his traumatic experiences in the war.
- He can hypnotize people with his stare.
First Known Use of HYPNOTIZE
hyp·no·tize transitive verb (Medical Dictionary)
hyp·no·tizedalso British ; hyp·no·tised; hyp·no·tiz·ingalso British ; hyp·no·tis·ing
: to influence by or as if by suggestion <a voice that hypnotizes its hearers>
—hyp·no·tiz·abil·i·ty also British hyp·no·tis·abil·i·ty \ˌhip-nə-ˌtī-zə-ˈbil-ət-ē\ (audio pronunciation) noun
, plural ; hyp·no·tiz·abil·i·ties
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