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morsel

morsel

morsel Sentence Examples

  • Another morsel of info emerged over ice cream and brownies as the sun began coloring the west.

  • But the occluding callus is a mass of delicate succulent cells, and offers a dainty morsel to certain insects e.g.

  • For the sake of a morsel of Italian territory every one forgot the permanent necessity of opposing the advance of the Turkish crescent, the t~vo horns of which were impinging upon Europe on the Danube and on the Mediterranean.

  • Another morsel of info emerged over ice cream and brownies as the sun began coloring the west.

  • In any case, Darkyn.s demons are planning to invade the castle, where your sweet little morsel is, so they can slaughter every last annoying Immortal.

  • most beagles love a bit of cheese or sausage meat and will follow the hand that holds a tasty morsel anywhere.

  • morsel of bread to get religiously fed!

  • morsel of soft flesh.

  • morsel of meat during my entire adult life.

  • morsel of cat food had vanished from the house.

  • morsel of information sent by a web server to a browser for storage on the client machine.

  • By the time the meat reached my plate, I hadn't eaten a morsel of meat during my entire adult life.

  • offer a tasty morsel at this point to help take away the memory of the experience.

  • He had his own food and water bowls and devoured every morsel of food given him.

  • They do not use sight or smell - just move up the plant hoping to bump into a tasty morsel.

  • Your cat will lick her lips to taste every last morsel.

  • A wonderful little helpless morsel, completely at the mercy of my imagination.

  • Was there some giant reptile loose in the village, people wondered, lurking behind the stones ready to seize a choice morsel.

  • The cover on the lower hole was then removed and the stick was probed into this to retrieve a food morsel.

  • sinuous movement make it a juicy morsel for otherwise non too active fish.

  • tasty young morsel you've brought me.

  • That he rode on the crest of a splendid wave of art is not to be questioned: but it is to be regretted that we have no morsel of work extant for which we can definitely hold him responsible.

  • But the occluding callus is a mass of delicate succulent cells, and offers a dainty morsel to certain insects e.g.

  • But if a catechumen be found at the table, she shall not be suffered to join with the full believers in their prayers, nor shall the latter sit with her to eat the morsel" (ifiw�ov, used specially of the sanctified bread).

  • He was not altogether without the young man's appetite for pleasure; yet when he was only nineteen we find him wondering, amid the gaieties of the carnival of 1817, how a gavotte or a minuet could make people forget that thirty thousand human beings around them had barely a morsel to eat.

  • For the sake of a morsel of Italian territory every one forgot the permanent necessity of opposing the advance of the Turkish crescent, the t~vo horns of which were impinging upon Europe on the Danube and on the Mediterranean.

  • The extra size of the fly and its sinuous movement make it a juicy morsel for otherwise non too active fish.

  • He occasionally offers her a morsel of food, which she takes, tho she is often on the sunflower hearts and suet feeders.

  • Oh my, what a tasty young morsel you 've brought me.

  • If your loved one is overly obsessed with nutrition such as reading about it and looking up calories and fat grams of every morsel of food that enters his/her mouth, this could also signal a problem with anorexia.

  • If you medicate at feeding time, your hungry pet will be delighted with the morsel as a appetizer.

  • We swooned at the E3 screenshots for several years, we read first-hand reports, drooled over videos and gobbled up every delicious morsel about the game from day one.

  • A pet could be attracted by the glittering morsel, or it could accidentally end up in the trash.

  • It's best to slowly piece out her feelings and give Virgo just a small morsel to digest.

  • On the way out, he can't resist taking the last morsel of food, a can of Spuddies, right out of the bear's hand.

  • However, one day at lunch as he was eating pork chops, he choked on a poorly chewed morsel and died from lack of oxygen.

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