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English sentences with heroine in context,

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Love the female heroine!
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The heroines approach to solving problems, most of the time, is "do the right(good, altruistic) thing and everything will work out".
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heroine (noun)

  • A female hero.
  • A female lead character.
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heroine

  • The female version of hero. As it's a gender specific word, it's considered un-PC by many. Hero is the gender neutral term, as the word 'hero' had nothing to do ...
  • The female version of hero. As it's a gender specific word, it's considered un-PC by many. Hero is the gender neutral term, as the word 'hero' had nothing to do with the word 'he'. One comes from Greek, one from Old English. In Greek legend there's actually a woman called Hero as in the tale of Hero & Leander.
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Heroine

  • Kurt Cobain's very deadly best friend. Yes, he spelled it with an 'e'.
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Though I will say that if Korra wasn't an adventure heroine, the numbers probably would have skewed differently.
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But more girls, their are five heroines.
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Our previous heroine travels to the town looking for information relating to their previous adventures and plots intersect leading to the New Lady joining the troupe (don't yet know what will happen to the younger sister, probably not anything nice).
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Lips were OCC lip tar in rollergirl and later touched up with MAC Heroine.
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Oh, and romance, the two heroines fall for each other.
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I love the fact that the protagonists and heroines are all women.
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Hypothetically, let's say there are three people: the first is asexual and committed his life to the monastery, the second is faithfully married to his high school sweetheart, and the third is a prostitute with a heroine addiction.
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The woman I love in real life, and my favorite fictional heroines!
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What about a heroine who isn't amazing in terms of looks, but still has the confidence and sexuality of someone who is.
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a mix of crack cocaine and heroine.. jk.. courses geared towards a bba in econ or management.
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Only time I've ever used heroine, lucky I didn't overdose.
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Honestly, Tsubaki's route was probably the weakest to me, despite her character being one of my favorites out of the secondary heroines.
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Just trying to rationalize heroine use like that, that's why heroin is dangerous.
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Kiss me heroine make volume & curl is the BEST!
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Any others are optional and are just there if you like a specific heroine (though I did them all because I'm somewhat of a completion-ist).
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I used to know heroine addict who claimed he only "dabbled with drugs".
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i love this manga and wish there were more like this :( I don't think i've ever seen the student-council-member-enforcing-the-rules girl as the heroine before I read this series, and it's great!
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Naw, cat piss is for heroine.
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I like how on the outside it's a nice young lady with cute pokemon stuff, but underneath there's an urban fantasy heroine with a gun and knife...and probably some fire spells for all we know.
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I especially liked the ending, the blatant slap in the face that told us the "heroine" is not someone we should necessarily be rooting for.
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Although they may be epic fantasy, it's usually the hero's feelings about the heroine that cause him to put aside his grim/treacherous/arrogant/selfish nature that enables the heroic last stand that inevitably finishes my stories.
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The hero may not initially be with his fated heroine, but it would never cross my mind to imagine him with anybody else, even if he does throughout the story.
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Basically heroine
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The whole drama of "will our heroine get the lead role or not" bored me to tears and I lost interest quickly.
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Heroine volume&curl mascara
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/cue our neon haired heroine kicking the offending man on the balls in slow motion then dramatically walking away through the empty bus with kickass background music.
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Daily Heroic story, not heroine
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There's 3 loli heroines in that.
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Unlikely pairings with the male MC primarily taking care of the accompanied heroine.
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Only the Anti-heros and a few Heroines seem to have any depth as characters with the exception of Batman (who is a borderline anti-hero anyway).
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If she kidnaps me I hope some brave heroine saves me.
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Opiates: Oxycodone, Oxymorphone, Morphine, Hydrocodone, Codeine, Hydromorphone, Heroine.
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They're all addicted to magically enhanced drugs, I think either cocaine or heroine.
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Hardly a typical shoujo heroine.
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Heroine overdose?
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Props for not bailing on having the heroine not wanting a bar of the creature - that's the tragedy of it and what makes you feel for this lonely, if destructive, creature like original King Kong - unrequited love - loveliness unattainable.
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Why the heroine acted the way she did was so confusing, the reasoning the story provides doesn't explain most of her extreme actions, she was so damn confusing and irrational it made me hate her.
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I can't tell for sure but in the VN if you choose not to engage with any girls you get put onto Yumiko's route by default hence I'm thinking she might be the intended main heroine?
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Also, a heroine is a female protagonist.
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Lampshading, in a purely Doylist way (because nobody ever comments on it in-universe) that the struggle of the one-shot victims or the comic relief teacher never mattered as much as the heroines!
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But there's the twist – Duck is a duck, and therefore one of these sub-humans, relegated to obscurity and one episode, but somehow thrust into the spotlight and experiencing the human heroine role as well.
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The book's ten-year-old heroine, Andrea, is always asking questions because she knows "you should prove the truth of a strange story before you believe it."
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Well it's true Nagisa is the main route and has a follow up story but that doesn't change the fact that they're all heroines.
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Legal or not, we should never not condone heroine addiction or method addiction, for instance.
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Heroine Vintage is my favorite.
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