pronoun[third person singular]
- So, all I had to do was look out for the lady who picked up her phone to identify her.
- As an adult she's learnt to say no to herself, but it hasn't come easily to her.
- No one had mentioned to her that the boy had been badly burned and was in great pain.
- So, as usual we wish good speed to The Highfield Mole and all who sail in her.
- It was another bad week for the insurance world and all who sail in her in Scotland.
- The American ship put up such resistance that Stier, after sinking her, went down too.
- I know I can sing better than a screaming psychopath with messed up hair - OK, I didn't mean to be that harsh, but I know I can sing better than her.
- I know it's her, because she has one shoe heel missing and you can hear it when she walks.
- If I train really hard can I be as fast as her next year?
- She loved her own company, loved her animals and would do anything for anybody.
- Thank God that her love of meat flavoured treats is greater than her love of chasing chucks.
- Until a few years ago my own sister was a primary school teacher who loved her job.
- Usually lunch is back on board as the ship makes her stately progress to the next port.
- It shows the ship lying forlornly on her starboard side, almost completely capsized.
- The Island-class vessel has won the Jersey Cup, awarded every year to a ship of her type.
- In an act of petty vindictiveness she was deprived of the title of Her Royal Highness.
- To suggest that it was an alternative to the Queen's Christmas message is frankly insulting to Her Majesty.
- I'm willing to go along with the idea that maybe it might be nice to welcome Her Majesty to one of her Realms.
Is it incorrect to say I am older than her (rather than I am older than she) or it’s her all right (rather than it’s she all right) and, if so, why? For a discussion of this issue, see personal pronoun (usage).
- British informal, humorous One’s wife: I was taking her indoors out for a day at the zooMore example sentences
- Anyway, back from the pub and out for a quick meal with her indoors and that concludes the heady celebrations.
- Announce that you are going on holiday or on an even longer break without him or her indoors and you may as well be signing your divorce papers.
- It would be a brilliant way of getting away from her indoors.
Old English hire, genitive and dative of hīo, hēo 'she'.
Words that rhyme with herà deux, agent provocateur, astir, auteur, aver, bestir, blur, bon viveur, burr, Chandigarh, coiffeur, concur, confer, connoisseur, cordon-bleu, cri de cœur, cur, danseur, Darfur, defer, demur, de rigueur, deter, entrepreneur, er, err, farceur, faute de mieux, fir, flâneur, Fleur, force majeure, fur, hauteur, infer, inter, jongleur, Kerr, littérateur, longueur, masseur, Monseigneur, monsieur, Montesquieu, Montreux, murre, myrrh, occur, pas de deux, Pasteur, per, pisteur, poseur, pot-au-feu, prefer, prie-dieu, pudeur, purr, raconteur, rapporteur, refer, répétiteur, restaurateur, saboteur, sabreur, seigneur, Sher, shirr, sir, skirr, slur, souteneur, spur, stir, tant mieux, transfer, Ur, vieux jeu, voyageur, voyeur, were, whirr
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