Definition of Mesmerisms

1. Noun. (plural of mesmerism) ¹



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Definition of Mesmerisms

1. mesmerism [n] - See also: mesmerism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mesmerisms

meslin
meslins
mesmeree
mesmerees
mesmeric
mesmerical
mesmerically
mesmerisation
mesmerisations
mesmerise
mesmerised
mesmerises
mesmerising
mesmerisingly
mesmerism
mesmerisms (current term)
mesmerist
mesmerists
mesmerizable
mesmerization
mesmerizations
mesmerize
mesmerized
mesmerizer
mesmerizers
mesmerizes
mesmerizing
mesmerizingly
mesmorise
mesna

Literary usage of Mesmerisms

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1. From Existence to Life: The Science of Self-consciousness by James Porter Mills (1916)
"... VII RACE mesmerisms WE introduced the esoteric part of our subject with the idea of God as Principle; and we have taken the subject of Principle, ..."

2. Sermons Preached at Trinity Chapel, Brighton by Frederick William Robertson (1869)
"... others running after every book on prophecy, seeking after signs, believing in miracles and imposture, mesmerisms, electro-biologies, winking pictures, ..."

3. Sermons Preached at Brighton by Frederick William Robertson (1899)
"... seeking after signs, believing in miracles and imposture, mesmerisms, electro-biologies, winking pictures—any thing provided it be marvellous —it is the ..."

4. Sermons Preached at Trinity Chapel, Brighton by Frederick William Robertson (1869)
"... others running after every book on prophecy, seeking after signs, believing in miracles and imposture, mesmerisms, electro-biologies, winking pictures, ..."

5. The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn by Lafcadio Hearn (1922)
"Perhaps the true explanation would suggest no prenatal experience of monstrous mesmerisms nor of monstrous webs — nothing more startling than the ..."

6. The Northwest Coast by James Gilchrist Swan (1857)
"He does not give medicine, but works charms or mesmerisms. There are, undoubtedly, various and numerous kinds of plants and shrubs not enumerated, ..."

7. Essays, Reviews, and Addresses by James Martineau (1891)
"... for more elderly beliefs; the credulous expenditure of his unemployed faculty of wonder and zeal on mesmerisms, electro-biologies, loves of the plants, ..."

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