hero[ heer-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF hero
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HERO
Our hero, though strong-armed, had hard work to keep up with him.
In spite of the wound he seized the musket and forcibly wrested it from our hero.
"It makes no difference to you where I got it," said our hero, returning the money to his pocket.
Our hero listened with modest pleasure while it was being read.
He thought that our hero was about to beg to be taken back into his employ.
He accordingly approached our hero, and tapped him on the shoulder.
He quickened his steps, and was soon at the side of our hero.
"Captain Haley knows very well the falsehood of what he says," said our hero, calmly.
He looked at his hero, and then he looked into his mind and saw the picture of Sally.
Hero is a "wench o' the Bankside," and Leander swims across the Thames to her.