Her-an in a sentence

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Donald Keith seemed to have cast a spell over her-an evil spell.
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Mrs. Belloc kept a suspicious eye upon her-an eye that was not easily deceived.
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There was perhaps more satire than gratitude in the reward bestowed by a French lady on a surgeon for bleeding her-an operation in which the lancet was so clumsily used that an artery was severed and the poor woman bled to death.
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And now that twenty years of self-abnegation were at last finding their reward, now that the King had come into his own, and the King's faithful friends were being compensated in accordance with the length of the King's purse, would it not be arrant cowardice and disloyalty for her-an only child-to oppose her father's will in the ordering of her own future, to refuse the rich marriage which would help to restore dignity and grandeur to the ancient name and to the old home?
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On the evening in which I had found her stretched insensible in the garden, and had myself made my first confession of love, I learned that he had divulged to her his passion and real name; that her rejection had thrown him into a fierce despair; that he had accompanied his disclosure with the most terrible threats against me, for whom he supposed himself rejected, and against the safety of her father, whom he said a word of his could betray; and her knowledge of his power to injure us-_us_-yes, Isora then loved me, and then trembled for my safety! had terrified and overcome her; and that in the very moment in which my horse's hoofs were heard, and as the alternative of her non-compliance, the rude suitor swore deadly and sore vengeance against Alvarez and myself, she yielded to the oath he prescribed to her,-an oath that she would never reveal the secret he had betrayed to her, or suffer me to know who was my real rival.
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Thus the mother was at last rudely awakened to the fact that her son was not a model youth, and that something must be done speedily, or else he might go to destruction, and in the meantime disgrace both himself and her-an event almost equally to be dreaded.
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The abbe, in his character of esquire to the marquise, had not left her for a moment, and had managed so cleverly that he was alone with her-an opportunity which he had been seeking for a month previously with no less care-than the marquise had been using to avoid it.
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Still leaning on the gate, she felt it operate within her-an instantaneous calm at first, soothing away the spirit's anguish as though it were ointment delicately laid on a bodily wound.
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Hitherto all has gone on without her seeing it, but to-day something has been unsealed in her-an eye, a tongue, an ear, which have hitherto been closed.
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Now what was I to think her-an escaped lunatic or something more accountable and therefore worse?
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You, that are Austria's slave-bartered and sold To her-an alien, and your country's tyrant! RUD.
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One grain more of faith in his energy, and Diana might have been mated to the right husband for her-an open- minded clear-faced English gentleman.
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A feeling of lassitude overcame her-an inability to begin fresh.
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This was the arbor of osiers in which Osborne in the enthusiasm of his passion, said that if during his travels he found a girl more beautiful, he would cease to love Jane, and to write to her-an expression which, as the reader knows, exercised afterwards a melancholy power upon her intellect.
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If you believe it, suh, I chose the very ugliest I could find, thinkin' that the Lord might be mo' willin' to overlook her-an' now this is what's come of it.
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Suddenly an inspiration seized her,-an inspiration so original, so delicious, and above all so humble and praiseworthy, that it brought her head from her pillow, and she sat bolt upright, clapping her hands like a child.
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My father was a learned monk, of high birth; my mother-Heaven rest her!-an innkeeper's pretty daughter.
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He found Grannie sitting up in bed, and Aggie getting her tea-to which Cosmo contributed a bottle of milk he had carried her-an article rare enough in the winter when there was so little grass for the cows.
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It was as though a friend had been taken from her-an old and valued friend.
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Without entering into the details of the elaborate account I gave her,-an account, I fear, not quite so consistent with truth as my Readers in Spaceland might desire,-I must be content with saying that I succeeded at last in persuading her to return quietly to her household duties without eliciting from me any reference to the World of Three Dimensions.
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Examples of Her-an

Example #1
Her throat gave her more and more trouble.
Example #2
She could not account for herself.
Example #3
The more she thought about Mildred's state of depression and disdain the more tolerant she became.
Example #4
That mood was the natural and necessary result of the girl's bringing up and mode of life.
Example #5
When she recognized that she was dying she made a will in which she left the operator a life annuity of eight hundred francs on condition "that he never again bleeds anybody as long as he lives." . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example #6
Instead of imposing taxes on the Don Cossacks, the Russian government pays them an annual tribute, varying in peace and war, together, with grants to be distributed among the widows and orphans of those who have fallen in battle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .