OTHER WORDS FROM mesmerismmes·mer·ist, noun
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All this I admit to be the fever of the mind—a waking dream—an illusion to which mesmerism or magic is but a frivolity.
The perpetual presence of all this beauty has somewhat the effect of mesmerism or chloroform.George Eliot's Life, Vol. I (of 3)|George Eliot
The lady who is the subject of it is a relation of the writer, and is no believer in the "Mysteries of Mesmerism."
"Now this is pure mesmerism, I declare," said the colonel, on whom not a gesture of the Takur was lost.
Mr. Y—— was a novice in our Society and looked with distrust even on such phenomena as can be pro-duced by mesmerism.