hypnotic[ hip-not-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF hypnotic
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In a moment he's onto Emil, an' begins to w'irl his hypnotic rope.
All cases such as yours respond most readily to hypnotic suggestion.
But so hypnotic quasi-reasons: that globular lumps of sandstone are common.
You have never tried to demonstrate to a hypnotic that a table is not a hippopotamus.
I am firmly convinced that stammering can be cured by hypnotic suggestion.
The shortest way to get hold of such past impressions is the hypnotic one.
He was easily brought into hypnotic state by verbal suggestions.
And now I told him that I would begin with the hypnotic influence.
The next step is the acquisition of the hypnotic state, per se.
I have had many requests for a hypnotic crystal ball and chain.