Definition of mesmerizer in English:


(British mesmeriser)


See mesmerize

‘Not all of the mesmerizers act was without some peril for the subject.’
  • ‘And he was not alone in his skepticism - at least during the early stages of his career as the mesmerizer's puppet: ‘Up to that time a dozen wise old heads, the intellectual aristocracy of the town, had held out as implacable unbelievers…’
  • ‘It involves some social role-playing with the mesmerizer making suggestions and his clients becoming absolutely mesmerized by him.’
  • ‘Joe isn't so much a dancer as he is a mesmerizer.’
  • ‘His image will always be that of leader to United's brilliant new generation, idol of the fans and mesmeriser of defences up and down the country.’