hypnotist

[ hip-nuh-tiz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF hypnotist
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When a hypnotist hypnotizes his subject, it is known as hetero-hypnosis.

The answer lies not so much with the hypnotist as with the subject.

Actually, the hypnotist in this technique is not looking into the eyes of the subject.

If the subject does not wish to pursue a line of questioning, he tells the hypnotist.

Some of these only pertain to the situations where the hypnotist works with the subject.

Should the hypnotist persist along these lines, he'll never be successful.

The hypnotist uses a crystal ball and chain for this experiment.

The subject knows that the hypnotist is ready to begin at this point.

My Dear Grayson: I think you must be something of a hypnotist.

The hypnotist repeated his praises, and there was an appreciative pause.

WORD ORIGIN

1843; see hypnotic + -ist.

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