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The Return of the King
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  • He took a few morsels that he had saved to Shadowfax, and they were graciously accepted, though the horse seemed to have no lack.
  • We rise ere the Sun, and take a morsel in the grey light, and go to our duties at the opening hour.
  • ’Bless me, Mr. Frodo, but you’ve gone and made me that hungry and thirsty! I don’t know when drop or morsel last passed my lips.
  • But take a morsel to eat now, a bit of the Elves’ food; it may hearten you.’
  • They did not know the time, nor how long they had slept; but after a morsel of food and a sip of water they went on up the ravine, until it ended in a sharp slope of screes and sliding stones.
  • Still, a beggar must be grateful, if a thief returns him even a morsel of his own.

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

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