Origin of hypnotism
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Examples from the Web for hypnotism
(Among more secular audiences, Noebel may be best known for his 1965 work, Communism, Hypnotism and The Beatles).Ted Cruz and Donald Trump a Sideshow at Fire and Brimstone Rally
August 12, 2013
They are in a total state of hypnotism by sports, by Hollywood.Anti-Islam Minister Terry Jones Says He Feels No Responsibility for U.S. Ambassador’s Death
September 13, 2012
He came to me in despair and begged me to rid him of his passion by hypnotism.The Sexual Question
She began to retreat again; she feared him, feared the hypnotism of his sad voice.Melomaniacs
But exactly these characteristics of attention belong to hypnotism too.Psychotherapy
As it is, I guess I'll have to admit that there is something in thought transference and hypnotism.
You can understand how this would be if there is anything at all in hypnotism.
- the scientific study and practice of hypnosis
- the process of inducing hypnosis
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Word Origin and History for hypnotism
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- The theory or practice of inducing hypnosis.
- The act of inducing hypnosis.
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