modicum

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a small or moderate or token amount

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I kept another small loaf, and a modicum of cheese, on a particular shelf of a particular cupboard, to make my supper on when I came back at night.
Cold, light, and selfish in the last resort, he had that modicum of prudence, miscalled morality, which keeps a man from inconvenient drunkenness or punishable theft.
He had been obliged to fight the farm and his father for even a modicum of them--the things that made life worth living.
Only a scanty modicum of daylight entered to war with the trembling rays of the ikon lamp.