morsel

  1. a small quantity of anything
  2. a small amount of solid food; a mouthful

Morsel

• (n.) A small quantity; a little piece; a fragment. • (n.) A little bite or bit of food.
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morsel

bit noun a small amount of solid food; a mouthful; `all they had left was a bit of bread`
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Morsel

Mor'sel noun [ Old French morsel , French morceau , Late Latin morsellus , a dim. from Latin morsus a biting, bite, from mordere to bite; probably akin to English smart . See Smart , and confer Morceau , Mordant , Muse ,
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morsel

morsel 1. A bite, mouthful, or small portion of food, candy, etc. 2. A small piece, quantity, or amount of anything; scrap; bit: 'A morsel of paper was all he needed.' 3. Something very appetizing; treat or tidbit. 4. A person or thing that is attractive or delightful. 5. To distribute in or to divide into tiny portions; often followed by out; suc...
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morsel

[n] - a small quantity of anything 2. [n] - a small amount of solid food
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