For one month in 2013, a British street artist known by the nom de plume of Banksy hypnotized the city of New York.
She hypnotized Cory with her free spirit, freer hair, and asinine name, coaxing him out of his shell and into love with her.
"Black leaves, black leaves, black leaves are falling..." she sang to a hypnotized audience.
Almost like one hypnotized, Miss Mystery gave a helpless glance at her inquisitor and murmured a low, almost inaudible “yes.”
Don't you see I've made Elk medicine and got her hypnotized?
He does this willingly, for no one can be hypnotized against his will; he does it without reason or just motive.
Ives sat over his Communications desk as if hypnotized by it.
And even those who resisted his call to adventure were hypnotized by his easy and lavish manner of talking "shop."
A hypnotizer may abuse his suggestive power to exploit the love of the hypnotized.
It is not true that the mind of the hypnotized is asleep and that perhaps only one or the other idea can be pushed into his mind.
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.