The artist Mike Denison has set himself a challenge: to draw one picture a day for an entire year of his heroine Bea Arthur.
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.
What makes a villain like her more interesting than the heroine?
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.
And yet our Esther is a heroine—capable, energetic, brave, and patriotic.
Your sister is as strong a heroine in one direction as mine is in another.
Those who were saluted her with admiring looks and generally treated her as a heroine, which caressed her vanity most pleasantly.
Among the Eskimo the heroine is vaguely referred to as a sea-fowl.
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.