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- adj. Spellbound or enthralled.
- adj. Hypnotized.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mesmerize.
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- adj. having your attention fixated as though by a spell
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I remember being entirely mesmerized from the second that epic music came on and we skated on the words in that endless vision of space.
Rated of 5 by evercince being hypnotized and mesmerized, is always a pleasure when koontz is doing the writing talking about a real trip this is the one you wont want to miss. so climb aboard and be ready for the adventure ......
My first teachers weren't just writers but artists of all kinds; I still derive tremendous inspiration from dancing and painting, when I'm not being mesmerized, that is, by people like Edith Wharton, Gabriel Garcia
KAYE: Mrs. Obama's audience seemed to hang on her every word mesmerized by her tales from Chicago's South Side, her middle-class upbringing.
KAYE: Mrs. Obama's audience seemed to hang on her every word mesmerized by her tales from Chicago's Southside, her middle class upbringing.
None other than Gen. Brent Scowcroft told the Financial Times that former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon had George W. Bush "mesmerized;" that "Sharon just has him wrapped around his little finger."
Great post - I got kind of mesmerized looking at all the pretty (and similar) covers.
The first one we meet tells of being so "mesmerized" by "a juicy steak dinner on the corporate account and a Town Car to drive him home" that he quit college to join Bear's tech support staff.
` ` We just kind of mesmerized them - run, run, run, run, '' Lee said.
Retired Gen. Brent Scowcroft, a master of discretion with the media, saw fit to tell London's Financial Times two and a half years ago that Sharon had Bush "mesmerized" and "wrapped around his little finger."