He must hypnotise me before the dawn, and then I shall be able to speak.
In hypnotism our thoughts take possession of the person we hypnotise.
It took only a moment, for he could hypnotise Mahbub by pointing his finger at him.
I woke Madam Mina, and again tried to hypnotise her; but alas!
Few, if any of them, had even the power necessary to hypnotise an ordinarily strong man in health.
We were going to hypnotise him, to save him the difficulty of acting.
And the result of this combined thought was producing a hallucination of Brenda in my mind, strong enough to hypnotise me.
"You can hypnotise yourself that way," Mr. Barbecue-Smith went on.
His silence had a curious effect on those in whose company he feasted; it seemed to hypnotise them.
I tried to hypnotise the girl; she laughed affectedly and prevented hypnosis for twenty minutes.
hypnotize hyp·no·tize (hĭp'nə-tīz')
v. hyp·no·tized, hyp·no·tiz·ing, hyp·no·tiz·es
To put a person into a state of hypnosis.