Hypnotic definitions

hĭp-nŏt'ĭk
Causing sleep; soporific.
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Of, characterized by, having the nature of, or inducing hypnosis.
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Easily hypnotized.
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Any agent causing sleep; soporific.
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A hypnotized person or one easily hypnotized.
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Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific.

Read the bedtime story in a hypnotic voice.

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An agent that causes sleep; a soporific.
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Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific.

Read the bedtime story in a hypnotic voice.

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An agent that causes sleep; a soporific.
noun
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Of, or relating to hypnosis or hypnotism.
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Of or relating to hypnosis.
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Of or relating to hypnotism.
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A person who is hypnotized.
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A person who can be hypnotized.
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Of or relating to hypnosis.
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Of or relating to hypnotism.
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A person who is hypnotized.
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A person who can be hypnotized.
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A person who is, or can be, hypnotized.
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A soporific substance.
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Origin of hypnotic

From French hypnotique (“inclined to sleep, soporific”), from Late Latin hypnoticus, from Ancient Greek ὑπνωτικός (hupnōtikos, “inclined to sleep, putting to sleep, sleepy”), from ὑπνῶ (hupnō, “I put to sleep”), from ὕπνος (hupnos, “sleep”).