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In an effort to try to get him to remember details about the voice of the perpetrator, the ex-husband was hypnotized, but it proved unsuccessful.
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Think of it as lush lazies that come unannounced to hypnotize you, mind and body, into a state of inactive indulgence.
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Anyone watching this Mini scoot down the road could easily be hypnotized by the clever, spiral-like design etched onto the new wheels.
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There’s just nothing quite as hypnotizing as molten rock—particularly when you’re nowhere near the show.
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There is a meditativeness to it, a silence, Kierk and Carmen hypnotized by the pair leaning over their tasks Talmudically, as if watching two medieval illustrators at their desks.
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We'll go over thar in the mornin' early en I'll watch ye hypnotize her en Hulls, like ye did Logan.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Tells how experts hypnotize at a glance, make others obey their commands.
ASTOUNDING STORIES OF SUPER-SCIENCE FEBRUARY 1930VARIOUS
Moral: Don't let a pole hypnotize you with Fearthought—keep your Mind on the place to which you wish to go.
NUGGETS OF THE NEW THOUGHTWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON,
The pole seemed to hypnotize him, and from that day he couldn't keep his front wheel away from it.
NUGGETS OF THE NEW THOUGHTWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON,
On the other hand, the Paiute, from whom the ghost dance was derived, did not hypnotize.
NOTES ON THE KIOWA SUN DANCELESLIE SPIER
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO HYPNOTIZE

  • clapped a hand on
  • clasped
  • clenched
  • clinched
  • clutched
  • got one's hands on
  • grasped
  • latched on to
  • lay hands on
  • nabbed
  • seized
  • snagged
  • snatched
  • took
  • took hold of
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