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Both heroines are women, but they offer a pretty bizarre dichotomy for girls: Ice queen or ditzy princess.

One of my great predecessors and personal heroines was Eleanor Roosevelt.

What other director has given us so many powerful heroines as von Trier?

These were women of all histories: peasants, artists, and wartime heroines reaching far into future.

I could use this opportunity to become as stylish and perhaps as divine as many of the heroines of yesteryear.

Her fat red cheeks would quiver with emotion, and be wet with briny tears, over the sorrows of Mr. Trollope's heroines.

Gwynne smiled as he recalled the heroines of poesy that had fed so many doves and garden birds.

The story is briefly as follows: Nerto, like all Mistral's heroines, is exceedingly young, thirteen years of age.

He can accept plain truths in the speech of the day, villains and heroines in the costume of the clubs and Fifth Avenue.

They feared they were not of the stuff of which heroines—not to say martyrs—were made.

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On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to heroines, such as: ace, adventurer, celebrity, combatant, conqueror, and daredevil.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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