Pronoun(1) used to refer to a woman, girl, or female animal previously mentioned or easily identified.(2) a written representation of ├ö├ç┬úhe or she├ö├ç├ÿ used as a neutral alternative to indicate someone of either sex.
Noun(1) a female; a woman.
(1) So, losing no time, the organisers wrote to Michele and told her that she had won.(2) If you give Danielle another chance, I think she would change and be the girl she once used to be.(3) A teenager has been left deeply shocked after being attacked by a gang of up to ten girls as she walked home.(4) Four years ago she won two medals in Malaysia, but only in a warm-up competition.(5) 'Is she the winner?' 'She is.'(6) 'Did she call?' 'She did.'(7) it is she(8) my sister told me that she was not happy(9) He had seen his future wife Nancy when she was only 13 and decided at once that she was the only girl for him.(10) she was a teacher(11) When the ship was lost, relatives were wrongly informed that she had hit a mine.(12) The ship is returning to the Gulf, where she has been a regular visitor in recent years.(13) This was the Danish ship Flora, and she steamed straight for the anchored Gwladmena.(14) Work is expected to begin shortly, and she may be ready to be sunk by next April.(15) A small ship with a big name and a big heart, she was obviously a source of immense pride for her new owner.(16) I was aboard the St. Roch shortly before she sailed for the Northwest Passage