hypnotize hypnotize  /ˈhɪp nə ˌtaɪz/


  • (v) induce hypnosis in



  1. Eventually, the patient can be taught to hypnotize himself whenever pain becomes unusually severe.
  2. The boy, now 18 and happier than he had ever expected to be, has learned to hypnotize himself to maintain the improvement.
  3. Its very perfection can hypnotize drivers.


  • Meet the shark whisperer: Man hypnotizes shark

    A diver in the Bahamas was able to hypnotize a shark 45 feet below the ocean’s surface. Underwater footage shows the man rubbing the shark’s nose until it becomes so calm that he can balance the fish on its nose in the palm of his hand.
    on August 16, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

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