mesmeric

[mez-mer-ik, mes-]
adjective
1.
produced by mesmerism; hypnotic.
2.
compelling; fascinating.

Origin:
1820–30; mesmer(ism) + -ic

mesmerically, adverb
unmesmeric, adjective
unmesmerically, adverb
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mesmeric (mɛzˈmɛrɪk)
 
adj
1.  holding (someone) as if spellbound
2.  of or relating to mesmerism
 
mesmerically
 
adv

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Example sentences
Nor was it a collective trance under a mesmeric leader.
Intense, sometimes even mesmeric, he is adept in the personal approach and skilled in the art of give and take.
The butterfly flew here and there, movements mesmeric in its circling rainbow of colours.
His secret life, as revealed under mesmeric influence.
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