of or relating to or .
inducing or like something that induces .
susceptible to , as a person.
an agent or drug that produces sleep; sedative.
a person who is susceptible to .
a person under the influence of .
of, relating to, or producing hypnosis or sleep
(of a person) susceptible to hypnotism
a drug or agent that induces sleep
a person susceptible to hypnosis
1620s, “inducing sleep,” originally used of drugs, from French hypnotique (16c.) “inclined to sleep, soporific,” from Late Latin hypnoticus, from Greek hypnotikos “inclined to sleep, putting to sleep, sleepy,” from hypnoun “put to sleep,” from hypnos “sleep” (see somnolence). Modern sense of “pertaining to an induced trance” first recorded in English 1843, along with hypnotist, hypnotize, both coined by Dr. James Braid. Related: Hypnotical; hypnotically.
hypnotic hyp·not·ic (hĭp-nŏt’ĭk)
Of or relating to hypnotism or hypnosis.
Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific.
An agent that causes sleep.
the cherishing or pursuit of high or noble principles, purposes, goals, etc. the practice of idealizing. something idealized; an ideal representation. Fine Arts. treatment of subject matter in a work of art in which a mental conception of beauty or form is stressed, characterized usually by the selection of particular features of various models and […]
a person who cherishes or pursues high or noble principles, purposes, goals, etc. Synonyms: optimist, perfectionist, reformer, visionary, utopianist. Antonyms: pragmatist, skeptic, cynic. a visionary or impractical person. Synonyms: romantic, romanticist, dreamer, stargazer. Antonyms: realist, materialist. a person who represents things as they might or should be rather than as they are: My friend is […]
of or relating to . speculative; visionary. Historical Examples He, too, had fed at Hegel’s ideologic banquet, where the verbal viands snared the souls of guests. Egoists James Huneker
holding an indicated position, role, office, etc., currently: the incumbent officers of the club. obligatory (often followed by on or upon): a duty incumbent upon me. Archaic. resting, lying, leaning, or pressing on something: incumbent upon the cool grass. the holder of an office: The incumbent was challenged by a fusion candidate. British. a person […]