verb (used with object), mes·mer·ized, mes·mer·iz·ing.
Examples from the Web for mesmerization
Various attempts at mesmerization were made, but without success.
It is more appropriate to this wild place, and far more effective as you will find, than our European method of mesmerization.
Such was the Eastern mode of mesmerization as practised among the dervishes.
British Dictionary definitions for mesmerization
Word Origin and History for mesmerization
1829, back-formation from mesmerism. Transferred sense of "enthrall" is first attested 1862. Related: Mesmerized; mesmerizing.