hypnotist hypnotist  /ˈhɪp nə tɪst/


  • (n) a person who induces hypnosis


  1. Then a hypnotist, thoughtfully provided by Scofield, gave his prescription: bring on Crooner Arcesi again.
  2. The late Sigmund Freud, father of psychoanalysis, began his professional life as a hypnotist.
  3. The hypnotist, meanwhile, cajolingly suggests that he is sleepy.



  1. "The prosecution realized it had no direct evidence of Mr. Peterson's having been involved in the disappearance of his wife," Geragos wrote. "On January 17, 2003, the prosecution utilized Dale Pennington, an unqualified hypnotist ...... to...
    on May 24, 2004 By: Mark Geragos Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  2. "I try to put so many of these crazy things out of my head, sometimes you almost forget," Houston said. "But if I had a hypnotist to bring all that stuff back, I don't know where it would rank. It was crazy when we came to practice one day...
    on Jan 14, 2004 By: Allan Houston Source: CBSSports.com

  3. But Mr Gray said told MSPs at First Minitser's Questions that SDS was spending £20,000 to "fly in hypnotist Paul McKenna to give 260 unemployed youngsters a pep talk."
    on Mar 4, 2010 By: Iain Gray Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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