Simple past tense and past participle of hypnotize. (verb)
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Use "hypnotized" in a sentence
"Chris Matthews and Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann engaged in a feisty sparring contest on MSNBC, with Matthews getting so frustrated with Bachmann that he asked her is she was "hypnotized," and Bachmann's supporters holding up signs mocking the MSNBC host."
"Justice Stephen Breyer on the other hand, told the panel that he was "hypnotized" with the microblogging site during the 2009 protests in Iran."
"And he dismisses reports of atrocities by his troops as a Muslim media campaign that has "hypnotized" Western opinion."