hypnotised


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Adj.1.hypnotised - having your attention fixated as though by a spellhypnotised - having your attention fixated as though by a spell
enchanted - influenced as by charms or incantations
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Hypnotised by the wings of the butterfly, and awed by the discovery of a terrible possibility in life, she sat for some time longer.
The silvery figure among the green leaves seems to linger as if hypnotised, though his escape is easy behind him; he is staring at the man below.
Your name slips from your mind, and the look on peoples faces as they try and remember what their name is, is amazing because they didn't think they were hypnotised but they can't even remember the name they have had since the day they were born.
Hypnosis is used in medicine, patients have been hypnotised and not needed anaesthetic for operations.
However, there's a twist - each contestant has been hypnotised by illusionist Keith Barry, and the seemingly straightforward tasks will get much harder as their hypnotic triggers cause them to inadvertently sabotage their chances of winning.
However, there's a twist - each one of the contestants have been hypnotised by renowned illusionist Keith Barry, and the seemingly straightforward tasks will get much harder as their hypnotic triggers cause them to inadvertently sabotage their chances of winning.
But I picked up the knack from a lecturer who hypnotised a student after class.
THIS poor moggy was left looking permanently hypnotised after bumping its head as a kitten.
But they have all been hypnotised prior to taking on the challenges, by international hypnotist Keith Barry, who causes them to inadvertently sabotage their own chances of winning.
Although the lecture discussed other things, it focused on hypnosis and ironically enough the lecturer hypnotised everyone there