Examples of morsel in a Sentence
the chef's cuisine is so good that diners will want to savor every morsel
searching for any morsel of useful information
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Towers, newly married to Kelley, dragged every morsel of information out of Epstein’s single life in Pacific Beach.
The collagen recovered from the skin also holds the seasoning close to each morsel, delivering the flavorful intensity of long-marinated tuna without the petrified chew.
Like a catfish trolling the bottom of the riverbed for food, Winnie snatched any morsel that fell on the floor.
China has started throwing juicier morsels at foreign firms, too.
During the winter, when stews are a comfort-food supper, the pot does a masterful job of braising meats and vegetables to fork-tender morsels.
Spastic seabirds, the puffins, murres and a variety of seagulls challenged the boat, sometimes strafing in disdain when no morsels were cast their way.
These feel less like flashbacks than like record skips, morsels of evidence in support of a philosophical argument about the non-linearity of time.
In short, the regulation applies to any business that has a physical presence in the EU or that maintains small morsels of information about EU residents by aiming a website at them or monitoring them.
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ace, dab, dash, driblet, drop, fraction, iota, jot, lick, minim, mite, modicum, nutshell, ounce, pinch, shred, smatter, smidgen (also smidgeon), spot, strain, streak, suspicion, taste, touch, trace, whisper, whit;
MORSEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of morsel for English Language Learners
: a small piece of food
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