Morcel definitions

1821 April 20, in Henry Stratford Persse, To the Land of the Free from This Island of Slaves, Cork University Press (1998), page 88.

We continue to enjoy fine weather. The turf is getting dry and cheap but potatoes are eight pence per stone. Mr Bogonier has not one single morcel of food.

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Origin of morcel

See morsel.