Definition of Choice morsel
1. Noun. A small tasty bit of food.
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Literary usage of Choice morsel
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mysticism, Freudianism and Scientific Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1920)
"... with a peculiarly agreeable and surprising vividness, as if I had actually taken the words from his mouth. "It was really a very choice morsel that I ..."
2. The Catholic doctrine of the sacrifice and participation of the holy eucharist by George Trevor (1869)
"Their peculiar feature was the oblation of a choice morsel to God, ... The choice morsel was called the ' memorial,' or ' remembrance' of the sacrifice; ..."
3. The golden dream; or, Adventures in the Far west by Robert Michael Ballantyne (1861)
"He removed just enough of the deer's skin to permit of a choice morsel being cut out; ... This being done, Ned cut out another choice morsel of deer's-meat, ..."
4. Scout, Red Cross and Army Dogs: A Historical Sketch of Dogs in the Great War by Theo. F. Jager (1917)
"Having arrived at the trainer, he is again made to "sit down," given a choice morsel, petted and rested. Just as soon as the dog has done this back and ..."
5. Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature by John McClintock, James Strong (1883)
"On my pointing to my plate, however, he had the goodness to deposit the choice morsel there" ..."