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hers

Line breaks: hers
Pronunciation: /həːz
 
/

Definition of hers in English:

possessive pronoun

Used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with a female person or animal previously mentioned: his eyes met hers the choice was hers friends of hers warned her
More example sentences
  • Dominic smiled and said he'd love to meet any friend of hers, but inside his heart was dying.
  • His eyes met hers, but she got the feeling that he wasn't looking at her, but past her at the wall.
  • Just as his lips were about to meet hers, she turned her face to the side and the kiss landed on her cheek.

Usage

There is no need for an apostrophe: the spelling should be hers not her’s.

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