Morsels Sentence Examples
These tiny dessert morsels are prettily decorated and are festive for special occasions.
Kids make the tastiest morsels.
When you get back you can enjoy these tasty morsels.
The faster you can get these morsels, the better bonuses you can earn.
The majority of spiders, however, are soft-skinned and succulent, and are tasty morsels for insectivorous reptiles, birds and mammals.Advertisement
She seemed mildly curious about us but was really more interested in finding more tasty morsels.
I will make a donation when the money from the research comes in so you may have some tasty morsels to keep body and.
It wonÃ¢t be long before they are cruising up and down the Grand Union Canal, looking for juicy morsels down The Embankment.
In their efforts to scavenge the tiny morsels of vegetation left in the ground, they have also ingested a lot of sand.
These sweet red morsels are among the most popular fruits grown in the United States.Advertisement
They are not a cure-all capable of transforming a tough old joint into tender succulent morsels.
What makes it really different though is the fact that every single person doing a flight would also get the plate of morsels to go with the wines.
Lightbringers are at risk because the marked aural glow they exhibit is tempting for any number of psychic predators, for whom the Lightbringers are tasty little morsels.
For example, Godiva chocolate is a sumptuous celebration of gourmet chocolate and often found in bite-size morsels around town.
Dean grabbed the near-empty plate, salvaging the few remaining morsels while Pumpkin was searching for more empty pockets to fill as he rose to leave.Advertisement
As a work of art it can take but a low rank, but as a repertory of fragments and morsels of information it is invaluable.
Rather than go to the buffet herself, the servant joined several others selecting morsels and food for her to try.
He must eat only the morsels he gets by begging; must dress in such rags as he can pick up; must sleep under trees.
The success of this insolently clever novel, the immediate introduction of its author to the great world, and the daring eccentricities of dress, demeanour, and opinion by which he fixed attention on himself there, have always been among the most favourite morsels of Disraeli's history.