English version

mesmeric

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmesmericmes‧mer‧ic /mezˈmerɪk/ adjective  very attractive or having a very powerful effect, so that people cannot think of anything else syn hypnotic a mesmeric performance the mesmeric hum of the bees
Examples from the Corpus
mesmericHe began to address us and I found the way he spoke mesmeric.On the far side of the islet the rocks plunged precipitously away into a mesmeric blind indigo.It appeared to hold a mesmeric fascination for him as his dark, red-veined eyes watched the rising curlicue of steam.But apart from the gentle, almost mesmeric, hum of the bees, all was silent and still.
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