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trances, plural;
  1. Put into a trance
    • - she's been tranced and may need waking
Noun
  1. A half-conscious state characterized by an absence of response to external stimuli, typically as induced by hypnosis or entered by a medium
    • - she put him into a light trance
  2. A state of abstraction
    • - the kind of trance he went into whenever illness was discussed
  3. A type of electronic dance music characterized by hypnotic rhythms and sounds


  1. capture: attract; cause to be enamored; "She captured all the men's hearts"
  2. enchantment: a psychological state induced by (or as if induced by) a magical incantation
  3. a state of mind in which consciousness is fragile and voluntary action is poor or missing; a state resembling deep sleep
  4. RANKL (Receptor Activator for Nuclear Factor κ B Ligand), also known as TNF-related activation-induced cytokine (TRANCE), osteoprotegerin ligand (OPGL), and ODF (osteoclast differentiation factor), is a molecule important in bone metabolism. ...
  5. Trance denotes a variety of processes, ecstasy, techniques, modalities and states of mind, awareness and consciousness. Trance states may occur involuntarily and unbidden.
  6. Trance is the first official release from Australian Gothic metal band Virgin Black. It was an independently funded and released three track EP.
  7. Trance (Hope Abbott) is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. A mutant, Hope attends the Xavier Institute and retained her powers post-House of M.
  8. Trance is an EP It's the first album of Virgin Black. The album was released in 1998.
  9. Trance (retitled The Eternal for DVD release) is a 1998 horror film. Trance is commonly mistaken to be a remake of the 1932 film The Mummy although it isn't. It directed and written by Michael Almereyda. The film's score features music by Mark Geary. ...
  10. A dazed or unconscious condition; A state of concentration, awareness and/or focus that filters information and experience; e.g. ...
  11. (Trances) An altered state of consciousness of the kind induced by, for example, Hypnotism. In modern hypnosis, three types of trances are recognized: light; Somnambulistic (medium); and Coma (heavy). ...
  12. A hypnotic, cataleptic, or ecstatic state in which one becomes detached from their physical surroundings.
  13. An altered state of consciousness is any state which is significantly different from a normative waking beta wave state. A synonymous phrase is "altered states of awareness".
  14. A dissociated state of consciousness, generally involving reduced awareness of surroundings and external events.
  15. peril [I3], critical moment [I27], battle [I39]
  16. degrees of consciousness less and less communicable to the waking mind. [Dictionary]
  17. [from Latin transpire to cross, pass over] A state in which the soul seems to have passed out of the body into another state of being, a rapture, an ecstasy. ...
  18. A hypnotic state. Many trance states are mild - NLP believes we spend much of our time in light levels of trance.
  19. Any state alteration from a pre-calibrated baseline state. Commonly used to refer to states induced by someone using hypnotic techniques, whether self or other.
  20. A particular totality state where normal filters are absent or greatly reduced
  21. An altered state (alpha/theta) experienced in hypnosis.
  22. Conducted in red light conditions which is conducive for ‘light trance’ [inspirational speaking], or ‘deep trance’ - an altered state of being so that spirit can draw close and speak to the sitters, bypassing the medium’s physical faculties.
  23. Any altered state.  In hypnosis it is usually characterised by inward, one-pointed focus.
  24. three of the four examples clearly denote a swoon or faint; at Jane Grey's exit to be beheaded Guilford "falls in a trance" (Sir Thomas Wyatt, 5.2. ...
  25. A sleep-like state in which important body functions slow down.