(possessive form of she) of or belonging to her
(object form of she)
He stoopssto kiss herson his knee.
All I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by.
出自： J. Masefield
To get in the dig that will make him or her feel superior.
出自： J. Rhys
Suspiciousness made him send her frequent bunches of flowers, and post her..little letters.
出自： E. Bowen
The Morris eight...Put her in reverse.
出自： J. Betjeman
Harriet looked uneasily about her.
出自： O. Manning
I love America..and..I insist on the right to criticize her.
出自： J. Baldwin
It does not matter much to a ship having all the open sea before her bows.
出自： J. Conrad
London at the turn of the century had not yet lost her Georgian air.
出自： J. Buchan
Then she went on her way to the scoutmaster's.
出自： E. Waugh
With her left hand she poked the fire with a long pot-stick and her handling of that pot-stick showed better than her talk her annoyance with her son.
出自： P. Kavanagh
Her name was Irene Scheerer, and her father was one of the men who..believed in Dexter.
出自： Scott Fitzgerald
Laura was looking her most energetic and eccentric.
出自： I. Murdoch