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used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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a very small quantity — usually of food
  • Tom offers cakes and Ann, who has never refused a morsel of food in her life, declines as a well-born, properly bred lady should, lest she seem a glutton.
    Chapter 26 (76% in)

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