Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • etc. See hypnotisable, etc.

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of hypnotizable.

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Examples

  • For example, trials of hypnosis for pain relief when giving birth and smoking cessation have shown mixed results, although it is known to be difficult to design effective trials because hypnotisable individuals are known to be psychologically different from others.

    Mind Hacks: Neuropsychology of hypnosis

  • For example, trials of hypnosis for pain relief when giving birth and smoking cessation have shown mixed results, although it is known to be difficult to design effective trials because hypnotisable individuals are known to be psychologically different from others.

    Mind Hacks: October 2006 Archives

  • Henry, we learn from Mr. Kegan Paul's "Memoirs," was excessively hypnotisable.

    Inferences from Haunted Houses and Haunted Men

  • Professor William James asked Phinuit, during a mediumistic trance, to be kind enough to help him to make the subject hypnotisable.

    Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research

  • Had I been in the 10 per cent of people who are highly hypnotisable I would have ceased to hear the traffic and been unable to lift my leg at all.

    New Scientist - Online News

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