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  • It really became hypnotic and very moving for me in a very special way.
  • Should she allow him to go out in this hypnotic state? Cited from Double Trouble, by Herbert Quick
  • In that opportunity - which would be the last time they worked together- the effect was hypnotic.
  • This can cause a hypnotic effect upon those who hear it.
  • Most of his career has been associated with the production company, Hypnotic.
  • What is the secret of that almost hypnotic influence over people which we would give anything to possess? Cited from Pushing to the Front, by Orison Swett Marden
  • This was observed more in female patients, who also had greater hypnotic response.
  • She is known for her hypnotic vocals and heavy, low ended guitar sound.
  • While, therefore, the class appeared to be free agents, they are under hypnotic control. Cited from Complete Hypnotism, Mesmerism, Mind-Reading and Spritualism, A. Alpheus
  • Hypnotics were found to be more likely to cause depression than to help it.
  • He gets put into a hypnotic state to determine what he dug up.
  • Mother Night has to get a person to look at her for her hypnotic abilities to work.
  • The hypnotic charm does not work on those who know about it.
  • Another with bowed head was being worked upon by a brother of hypnotic appeal. Cited from Other Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
  • They sent hypnotic waves all over the town to force the people to walk into the shield which killed them.
  • Since playing live again, the bands live show is powerful, energetic and hypnotic.
  • It is for the benefit of the people who do not pass readily under hypnotic control. Cited from Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Musicians, by Elbert Hubbard
  • The process of post-hypnotic suggestion was first described in this period.
  • Changes in brain activity have been found in some studies of highly responsive hypnotic subjects.
  • He uses a post-hypnotic suggestion to prevent them from leaving.
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Words starting with hypnotic

Meaning of hypnotic

  • adjective Of or relating to hypnosis