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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhypnotismhyp‧no‧tis‧m /ˈhɪpnətɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  MPthe practice of hypnotizing people
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hypnotismAlthough biofeedback and hypnotism seem to benefit some patients, such services are not often readily available.We listened in a kind of frozen hypnotism to this cold, stabbing voice.He was interested in hypnotism and could put people into trances.He or she begins to whisper, and in the voice is hypnotism, liberation, energy, possibly even truth.He was a sometime master of hypnotism.I have written of hypnotism with fear and trepidation.We are not by any means practicing hypnotism.It must be stressed that there are important differences between stage hypnotism and the techniques used in alternative medicine.
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