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  • verb transitive, science fiction To mindwipe.


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brain +‎ wipe


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  • But once Deadeye had discovered an interface was possible, there was nothing to stop him, or any psion, from becoming a ghost in the machine ... except Federation law and a mandatory brainwipe.


  • Naoh shook her head, like I was some brainwipe who'd exhausted the last of her patience.


  • Most people had never met a halfbreed either; because most humans would rather have a brainwipe than a cat-eyed freak for a son.


  • I was disgusted with the human race, disgusted with the army and horrified at the prospect of living with myself for another century or so … Well, there was always brainwipe.

    The Forever War

  • And they can force their operatives all they want, brainwipe ‘em, hook ‘em on Zed — but it doesn't stop some of them from wanting to escape.


  • "They may not use a brainwipe on you, they may jusi try to kill you.

    Galaxy Jane

  • "Someone was here, using a brainwipe gadget on me'telling me what I had to forget-and I don't have any recollection at all.

    Galaxy Jane


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