morsel[ mawr-suh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF morsel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORSEL
"Come, dearest sister; you have eaten not a morsel to-day," she said.
Nor will I taste a morsel of food, even if you keep me forever in your palace.
Until this very morning, not a morsel of food had passed my lips.
He then threw to them the morsel of moose-meat he had taken from the wigwam.
Swam until he was tired, and finally made a morsel for a fish.
That was too nasty a morsel for even this monster to swallow; so it let go its hold of the boat.
Bismarck took that, at once, but there was not a morsel to eat.
Among these was one morsel which Gabe rolled succulently beneath his tongue.
Pepper and salt trowis, ma'am, and a morsel of hair on the tip of his chin.
It looked all appetizing and nice; but I could not touch a morsel.