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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhypnotisthyp‧no‧tist /ˈhɪpnətɪst/ noun [countable]  MPAPsomeone who hypnotizes people
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hypnotistThe boys held their breath as a hypnotist began his exhortations.I would agree that a hypnotist could not, for example, make me attack an innocent person.I have been reassured on countless occasions that a hypnotist can not make me do anything against my will.All tricks a hypnotist might use.Whichever side is right, do hypnotists have the right to take patients into potentially dangerous, unknown areas of inner space?Less reputable hypnotists may then try to change the facts.He was able to keep control of himself until the hypnotist mentioned a code-word.The hypnotist uses the act of staring into some one's eyes as his chief technique.
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