hypnotise hypnotise

Definition(s):

  • (v) induce hypnosis in

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  • I find that the art pieces that project the most sense of power is the one that can hypnotise you.

Quotes

  1. "Some three years ago, I was with (Jackson) alone in a recording studio...... and I told him that that if he would let me I would hypnotise him," Geller told the radio. "He said, 'Okay, let's give it a try.'"
    on Jan 19, 2004 By: Uri Geller Source: Independent Online

  2. But Enzo Calzaghe replied in Wales on Sunday, "I was very disappointed when I read it. It seemed like one-way traffic, like Frank was trying to hypnotise the public into only seeing things his way. It seems only about what Frank did for Joe, never...
    on Oct 1, 2008 By: Joe Calzaghe Source: News Wales

  3. "Over the years, UK shopkeepers have managed to hypnotise us into believing that it's rude and impolite to haggle, and that prices are always fixed," says Martin Lewis, founder of Moneysaving expert.com. "Haggle, haggle, haggle, should be the...
    on Jul 22, 2008 By: Martin Lewis Source: Edinburgh Evening News

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