Mischievous and spirited, she was a heroine for generations of young girls who read and idolized her.
The context of “Let It Go” is this: Elsa, the heroine of Frozen, is able to turn anything to ice with the touch of her hand.
Naked Lunch By William Burroughs Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac found William Burroughs high on heroine in a Tangiers hotel.
In recent films and TV shows about unplanned pregnancy, the heroine almost invariably decides to have the baby.
Whatever their point of view, feminists of this country of all stripes should rally behind Aasiya Hassan, a heroine.
And yet our Esther is a heroine—capable, energetic, brave, and patriotic.
Naturally he felt called upon to endorse his heroine, to defend her.
Those who were saluted her with admiring looks and generally treated her as a heroine, which caressed her vanity most pleasantly.
Our heroine balanced for a moment between these two notions.
So the heroine of the Llanberis legend had two sons and two daughters, all of whom were remarkable.
1650s, from Latin heroine, heroina (plural heroinae) "a female hero, a demigoddess" (e.g. Medea), from Greek heroine, fem. of heros (see hero (n.1)). As "principal female character" in a drama or poem, from 1715.