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1 He was absolutely mesmerised by Pavarotti on television.
2 There was something about Pearl that mes-merised her.
3 She has a mesmerising smile.
4 She was so mesmerised by their fixed scrutiny that her action was purely mechanical.
5 We have been mesmerised by Dean Acheson saying that having lost an empire,[www.Sentencedict.com] Britain has not yet found a role.
6 Scorsese's catches the delirium of Henry's formative years with mesmerising verve.
7 Whatever, Mesmerised is a really pretty, catchy perhaps even poppy, little tune.
8 He watched, almost mesmerised, as the candlestick was slowly raised and drawn back, ready to strike.
9 The audience sits mesmerised by his expressive choreography, watching each inflection of the hand or eyebrow.
10 He held her with those ice-blue pools for what seemed an eternity, draining her resistance, mesmerising her.
11 Sylvia watched, mesmerised, as Estelle peed over the man's face and into his open mouth.
12 Charlie found himself mesmerised by the mosaic patterns that covered the inner walls, their tiny squares making up life-size portraits.
13 The private contracting aspects of fund investment have come to mesmerise the current policy debate.
14 Now this is a completely different set of questions from those that mesmerise us in adult life.
15 Stoats are small and fierce and quick and feral; they kill by biting the necks of their prey; they are said to mesmerise their larger victims with a snake-like dance.
16 I am that kind of impatient person. At the beginning, i did mesmerise by him, until i had lost my sanity, this is such a disgrace of mine...
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