hypnotist

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hypnotise +‎ -ist

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hypnotist (plural hypnotists)

  1. A person who uses hypnotism to induce hypnosis in someone, either for entertainment or therapy.
    • 2010, Essential NLP (Teach Yourself®)‎[1], Great Britain: Hodder Education < Hachette UK Co., published 2014, page 7:
      Following their modelling of Perls and Satir, Bandler and Grinder went on to model Milton H. Erickson, the world’s foremost medical hypnotist. The result was a different set of language patterns, the Milton Model, and the publication of the second NLP book, Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson MD.

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