verb (used with object), mes·mer·ized, mes·mer·iz·ing.
Related formsmes·mer·i·za·tion, nounmes·mer·iz·er, nounun·mes·mer·ized, adjective
Examples from the Web for mesmerise
It appeared to mesmerise him, and to render him unaware of outward things.The Green Carnation|Robert Smythe Hichens
Candidates, save your money; mesmerise your opponents instead of bribing them, and you may become a patriot by a show of hands.
The light in his blue eyes seemed to mesmerise men, to draw them, willing or unwilling, to him.With the Boer Forces|Howard C. Hillegas
She said he really did mesmerise her, and that she could see in her sleep.The Notting Hill Mystery|Charles Felix
Gentlemen seem to mesmerise houses—cow them with an eye, and up they come, trembling.Howards End|E. M. Forster