Any morsel of rationale for why the “supremely safe” Boeing 777 vanished is swallowed like a pill.
Do you think I have charity to bestow, or a morsel of bread to spare?'
From time to time the children dashed outside, to go to the bathroom or grab a morsel of food, and then retreated to the bunker.
In the same way he detached a morsel of congealed butter that clung pertinaciously to the end of his bashfully retreating nose.
Bismarck took that, at once, but there was not a morsel to eat.
He gave it a very small portion at a time, refusing to give it any food, until it came humbly crawling up to receive the morsel.
Pepper and salt trowis, ma'am, and a morsel of hair on the tip of his chin.
That was too nasty a morsel for even this monster to swallow; so it let go its hold of the boat.
Such was the morsel I had saved; such a specimen of the insolence of the entire.
There is not a morsel of an old letter or of any other writing in either.
late 13c., "a bite, mouthful; small piece, fragment," from Old French morsel (Modern French morceau) "small bite, portion, helping," diminutive of mors "a bite," from Latin morsus "biting, a bite," neuter past participle of mordere "to bite" (see mordant).