[self-hip-nuh-tahyzd, self-]


hypnotized by oneself.

Related formsself·hyp·no·ti·za·tion, noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Historical Examples of self-hypnotized

  • His mind, self-hypnotized, had passed them over in the same old fashion.

    The Rules of the Game

    Stewart Edward White

  • That is to say, nothing but the pretense upon which cupidity and self-hypnotized credulity battened and fattened.

  • He is self-hypnotized, so to speak, and his mind mercifully dulled for the moment on the Sea of Fatalism.

  • Self-hypnotized, or not, the exile had given up everything in life to make the world better as he saw it.

    Red Fleece

    Will Levington Comfort

  • Thus have the dreamy Oriental Moslem and the self-hypnotized Western professor met together to elicit truth from trance.