rapidly bolting another mouthful at the last word, so that that morsel
seemed a continuation of the question.
Peggotty meant her nephew Ham, mentioned in my first chapter; but she spoke of him as a morsel
of English Grammar.
I was hungry, but before I had swallowed a morsel
, he began a running sum that lasted all through the breakfast.
It's what I think to myself sometimes, as there need nobody run short o' victuals if the land was made the most on, and there was never a morsel
but what could find its way to a mouth.
Before mine eyes in opposition sits Grim DEATH my Son and foe, who sets them on, And me his Parent would full soon devour For want of other prey, but that he knows His end with mine involvd; and knows that I Should prove a bitter Morsel
, and his bane, When ever that shall be; so Fate pronounc'd.
Let him have a board and a morsel
apart, unless,'' he said smiling, ``these turban'd strangers will admit his society.
All this lengthy discourse Don Quixote delivered while the others supped, forgetting to raise a morsel
to his lips, though Sancho more than once told him to eat his supper, as he would have time enough afterwards to say all he wanted.
I could not but wonder what this ferocious-looking monstrosity might do when left alone in such close proximity to such a relatively tender morsel
of meat; but my fears were groundless, as the beast, after surveying me intently for a moment, crossed the room to the only exit which led to the street, and lay down full length across the threshold.
It had been both a pleasure and a sport of Korak's to rob Numa of his prey whenever possible, and Meriem too had often enjoyed in the thrill of snatching some dainty morsel
almost from the very jaws of the king of beasts.
Then they began to pass around the dusky, piquant, Arlesian sausages, and lobsters in their dazzling red cuirasses, prawns of large size and brilliant color, the echinus with its prickly outside and dainty morsel
within, the clovis, esteemed by the epicures of the South as more than rivalling the exquisite flavor of the oyster, -- all the delicacies, in fact, that are cast up by the wash of waters on the sandy beach, and styled by the grateful fishermen "fruits of the sea.
A more forlorn set they had never encountered: they had not a morsel
of meat or fish; nor anything to subsist on, excepting roots, wild rosebuds, the barks of certain plants, and other vegetable production; neither had they any weapon for hunting or defence, excepting an old spear: yet the poor fellows made no murmur nor complaint; but seemed accustomed to their hard fare.
I could have placed the morsel
that fell to my share upon the tip of my finger; but notwithstanding this I took care that it should be full ten minutes before I had swallowed the last crumb.
But when saying this, the man with the worn boots cast an uneasy look at his table, from which the oysters had disappeared, and upon which there was nothing left but a morsel
of salt bacon.
However, the wolf thought he was in joke, and came one night to get a dainty morsel
In the mean while, I hope," added Joe, "that we'll taste a morsel
of this fellow.