OTHER WORDS FROM mesmerizemes·mer·i·za·tion [mez-muh-rahy-zey-shuhn, mes-], /ˌmɛz məˌraɪˈzeɪ ʃən, ˈmɛs-/, nounmes·mer·iz·er, nounun·mes·mer·ized, adjective
How to use mesmerize in a sentence
Gentlemen seem to mesmerise houses—cow them with an eye, and up they come, trembling.Howards End|E. M. Forster
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
Candidates, save your money; mesmerise your opponents instead of bribing them, and you may become a patriot by a show of hands.
I have had people try to mesmerise me a dozen times, and never with the least result.In the South Seas|Robert Louis Stevenson
She said he really did mesmerise her, and that she could see in her sleep.The Notting Hill Mystery|Charles Felix