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  • There is not a morsel of an old letter or of any other writing in either.
  • I can take a morsel of dinner standing and be off.
  • Give the word, and I’ll sell off every morsel.
  • Not a morsel of it.
  • I thank you, no, not a morsel.
  • I made up my mind that night to come to the door and ask for Toughey, if that was all; but willing to try a move or so first, if any such was on the board, I just pitched up a morsel of gravel at that window where I saw a shadow.
  • As he gave me that slowly devouring look of his, while twisting up the strings of his bag before he hastened with it after Mr. Kenge, the benignant shadow of whose conversational presence he seemed afraid to leave, he gave one gasp as if he had swallowed the last morsel of his client, and his black buttoned-up unwholesome figure glided away to the low door at the end of the Hall.
  • You’ll take a morsel of something?"

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  • I ate every tasty morsel.
  • She ate it all. Not a morsel remains.

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