From Middle English morsel, from Old French morsel, from Medieval Latin morsellum (“a bit, a little piece"), diminutive. of Latinmorsum (“a bit"), neuter of morsus, past participle of mordere (“to bite"). Compare French morceau.
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.
It's best to slowly piece out her feelings and give Virgo just a small morsel to digest.
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.
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.