mesmeric[ mez-mer-ik, mes- ]SEE DEFINITION OF mesmeric
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Well, tell me, does the influence outlast the mesmeric condition?
But mesmeric influence, whatever it may mean, is entirely independent of sleep.
His father said: “It really seems like a case of mesmeric influence.”
His strangeness, wildness, the mesmeric pull of his passion for her, his music!
I said, when they were all in the mesmeric trance; here you are in my dime museum.
Neither hypnotism nor mesmeric control are elements in true mind-healing.
The star held her gaze as though it possessed some mesmeric power.
Knowing this, you can place any person in a mesmeric sleep, and then be able to do with him as you will.
And with a wave of the hand he began anew to plunge her into the mesmeric sleep.
Nevertheless, in her mesmeric sleep, she is submissive as you are.
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