Examples of morsel in a Sentence
the chef's cuisine is so good that diners will want to savor every morsel
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Shogun was on site with a sushi station, and Joel's catering provided lobster tails and other tasty morsels.
In 1972, Malcolm Forbes bought this luscious green morsel as his private refuge; now its owner, Red Bull magnate Dietrich Mateschitz, has spared no expense to create a spectacular tropical hideaway.
Right behind the fleeing quail was a magnificent Cooper’s hawk, with flared tail and wings widespread, diving in with hopes of getting a plump morsel.
With Batshuayi one of the few footballers who exhibit a morsel of personality on social media, many are waiting for the striker's response to the reaction, but so far we've been left in the cold...
Drinking the whole thing would only deliver a trace morsel of the cannabinoid.
The piranhas fan out, desperate for some morsel of flesh.
Dancers put morsels of food in audience members’ mouths during certain moments, give them a whiff of smells and also tickle them to bring other senses besides their eyes and ears into the performance.
To make the coating, melt a bag of white chocolate morsels in the microwave with 2 tablespoons of milk.
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Synonymsbite, mouthful, nibble, nugget, taste, tidbit (also titbit)
Antonymsbig shot, big wheel, bigwig, eminence, figure, kahuna, kingpin, magnate, nabob, personage, somebody, VIP
Related Wordscollop, medallion, noisette; nosh, snack; appetizer, canapé, hors d'oeuvre; bit, chew, crumb, dab, dribble, driblet, fleck, hint, mote, nubbin, particle, pinch, scrap, scruple, shred, smidgen (also smidgeon or smidgin or smidge), snip, snippet, speck, spot, sprinkling, suspicion, tittle, touch, trace; dash, drop; lap, lick; gulp, swallow, swig
Near Antonymschunk, gob, hunk, lump, slab; abundance, barrel, bucket, bushel, deal, heaps, loads, mass, mountain, peck, pile, pot, profusion, quantity, raft, scads, stack, volume, wad, wealth
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