Definition of 'morsel'
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Some waited 10 and 12 hours for a morsel of meat. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Briggs was so much choked by emotion that she could hardly take a morsel of meat. Vanity Fair (1837)Now just a morsel of food makes her feel full. The Sun (2009)These small fleshy morsels of seafood in their marbled shells are a simple delicacy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He chose teams by munching morsels of food under their flags. The Sun (2014)And he became so anxious he could not eat a single morsel of food. The Sun (2012)This rare combination of cash generation and promising prospects could make it a tasty morsel for a larger rival. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So many questions, so many morsels of information. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)This Indian foodie film is a delicious morsel of a movie. Times, Sunday Times (2014)As soon as you share a morsel of information with a pal it blows round the playground faster than an empty crisp packet. The Sun (2012)Spotting the bird had a morsel of meat, it moved in to try its luck. The Sun (2010)They look pretty normal and aren't hankering after a tasty morsel of human flesh. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Some people may invest wisely but many will not, and there are financial sharks looking for such tasty morsels. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Don't put another morsel of food near your mouth until you know it is safe and fashionable to do so. Times, Sunday Times (2015)At other times they feed in tidal pools on the sand, dashing this way and that as they spot good morsels of food. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But the Stadium of Light throws up a tasty morsel. The Sun (2009)Sometimes they would not touch a thing, just in case I could force down another small morsel. Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War (2006)
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Translations for 'morsel'
British English: morsel NOUN
A morsel is a very small amount of something, especially a very small piece of food.
...a delicious little morsel of meat.
Definition of morsel from the Collins English Dictionary
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