Now, let a patient get the idea that only one man can hypnotize him, and that is the beginning of the hypnotic suggestion itself.
She needed all her courage; it seemed as though he were trying to hypnotize her.
There is about him something that seems to soothe and hypnotize.
But the sound of Peter's narrative seemed to fascinate—to hypnotize him.
It is a great thing to paint a beautiful picture, but 't is a more difficult feat to hypnotize the public into accepting the fact.
Her husband wanted me to hypnotize her but I preferred another way.
It was like trying to hypnotize a subject that did not wish to be hypnotized.
You carried her off against her will—and did what you could to hypnotize her into marrying you.
Its beady eyes held me for a moment, as they are said to hypnotize a bird.
When you attempted to hypnotize me, I didn't known what you wanted.
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.