Definition of Morseled
1. morsel [v] - See also: morsel
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Literary usage of Morseled
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1. The Works of Frederick Grimke by Frederick Grimké (1871)
"When the population, by repeated subdivisions, was morseled into the smallest fractions which would admit of a majority and minority, there would, ..."
2. Considerations Upon the Nature and Tendency of Free Institutions by Frederick Grimké (1856)
"... is, as I before said, the chief recommendation of the system. If it savors of political power, this power is at any rate morseled into small fragments, ..."
3. Our Land and Land Policy, National and State by Henry George (1871)
"It will be said: If the public land is to be morseled out in this way, what is to be done for stock ranches and sheep farms? There will be the unused land, ..."
4. A Treatise on the Taxation of Fixed Capital by Emile-Justin Menier, James O'Gallighan (1880)
"... industry on a large scale, created by the association of capital, and which produces at a cheaper rate than private industry and industry morseled out. ..."