His speeches are like a session with hypnotist, and his respect for the truth is a very relative thing.
In some ways, The hypnotist hews closer to the American gumshoe tradition.
But, though it seems almost impossible, The hypnotist is far grislier than Dragon.
Phrenologist, hypnotist, conjurer—all these things the great Professor Franklin had called himself.
"It is a thing we have sought to do for years and years," said the hypnotist.
The hypnotist can make his subject blush or turn pale, express in his face fierce anger or appealing love.
When a hypnotist hypnotizes his subject, it is known as hetero-hypnosis.
My father has never completed that sentence; what he mistook for hunger-light was simply the earnest gaze of the hypnotist.
Actually, the hypnotist in this technique is not looking into the eyes of the subject.
He felt like a magician operating the wires for some manikin to dance at the other end or a hypnotist directing a subject.
hypnotism hyp·no·tism (hĭp'nə-tĭz'əm)
The theory or practice of inducing hypnosis.
The act of inducing hypnosis.