hypnotize[ hip-nuh-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF hypnotize
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But the sound of Peter's narrative seemed to fascinate—to hypnotize him.
If he should hypnotize her, what was there to prevent his learning everything.
Her husband wanted me to hypnotize her but I preferred another way.
Now we come to the point where the subject wishes to hypnotize himself.
You carried her off against her will—and did what you could to hypnotize her into marrying you.
She'd come in to drag him out shoppin' and hypnotize him into loosenin' up.
When you attempted to hypnotize me, I didn't known what you wanted.
Its beady eyes held me for a moment, as they are said to hypnotize a bird.
She needed all her courage; it seemed as though he were trying to hypnotize her.
What the dickens has this girl done to them, to hypnotize them so?