Origin of hypnotism
Related formshyp·no·tist, nounhyp·no·tis·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for hypnotist
His speeches are like a session with hypnotist, and his respect for the truth is a very relative thing.Putin’s Dream of Empire Doesn’t Stop at Crimea, Or Even Ukraine|Oleg Shynkarenko|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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.
Not until the hypnotist came and touched the subject did he arouse from the heavy slumber.Is the Devil a Myth?|C. F. Wimberly
He wondered whether the fellow was something of a hypnotist, for he got a hint of force; force that he thought malevolent.Wyndham's Pal|Harold Bindloss
Well, that was the relation between us—hypnotist and subject.The Purple Cloud|M.P. Shiel
What she saw in him, nobody knows, but he's a hypnotist, and no mistake.The Mayor of Warwick|Herbert M. Hopkins
"Ask him some question and he will answer" said the hypnotist.Indian Ghost Stories|S. Mukerji