(Among more secular audiences, Noebel may be best known for his 1965 work, Communism, hypnotism and The Beatles).
They are in a total state of hypnotism by sports, by Hollywood.
From the scientific standpoint, the act of hypnotism had been accomplished.
He came to me in despair and begged me to rid him of his passion by hypnotism.
In no department has it contributed more than in that of hypnotism, for by it this state has been partially explained.
As it is, I guess I'll have to admit that there is something in thought transference and hypnotism.
During the eighteen years Braid devoted to the study of hypnotism, his views underwent many changes and modifications.
"It looks to me like a plain case of hypnotism from this side," remarked Harris.
On all these points practically every student of hypnotism is agreed.
"It looks like hypnotism," said Flambeau, biting his black moustache.
hypnotism hyp·no·tism (hĭp'nə-tĭz'əm)
The theory or practice of inducing hypnosis.
The act of inducing hypnosis.