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morsel
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David Copperfield
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  • Peggotty meant her nephew Ham, mentioned in my first chapter; but she spoke of him as a morsel of English Grammar.
  • ’Not a morsel,’ said my aunt.
  • ’Oh, my goodness, how polite we are!’ exclaimed Miss Mowcher, making a preposterous attempt to cover her large face with her morsel of a hand.
  • This was addressed confidentially to both of us, as the morsel of a hand came away from the face, and buried itself, arm and all, in the bag again.
  • What a refreshing set of humbugs we are, to be sure, ain’t we, my sweet child?’ replied that morsel of a woman, feeling in the bag with her head on one side and her eye in the air.
  • And you won’t mind things going a tiny morsel wrong, sometimes?’

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

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