- v. British alternative spelling of mesmerize.
- v. induce hypnosis in
- v. attract strongly, as if with a magnet
“They can recite epics concerning plagues, fires and revolutions, expound the story of gods and religion and mesmerise you with anecdotes about architects themselves – some gentlemanly and serious minded, some crooked, others close to insanity.”
“But if this slipperiness makes them intriguing, it's the consistent sensuality of Warpaint's sound that makes them mesmerise.”
“A relief map of moorland fells can mesmerise with its geometric language of lines and symbols.”
“They do mesmerise you with the way they pass it," Ferguson said .”
“We enjoy watching brilliant wingers mesmerise outclassed full-backs.”
“Of private scenes and brilliant dreams that mesmerise”
“Sidekick are keen to move beyond the ‘cool’ buzz surrounding the project as soon as possible and begin to actively engage (mesmerise even from my experience).”
“Its one of those metrics that can mesmerise politicians.”
“Nothing against accents or gaps, please note, but please, tell me they don't mesmerise YOU out of the action!”
“This — not the stock market indices which mesmerise a bewildered House of Commons — is what matters.”
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