number, sharpness, molecule, collation, zero, snip, a little, chunk, moment, big, sting, insignificancy, a bit, whippersnapper, second, twerp, delicacy, lightweight, hint, cake, cipher, pygmy, chip, fragment, mo, dainty, nothing, pip-squeak, pungency, fraction, scruple, raciness, snippersnapper, dwarf, routine, dribble, mouthful, c., nibble, snippet, tidbit, treat, bowlful, turn, spot, can, nubbin, bed, nullity, mote, snatch, half-pint, insect, bowl, bite, nonentity, zilch, good, chomp, goody, batch, nugget, shrimp, act, flake, patch, sample, taster, piece, minute, tittle, part, fleck, insect bite
meal (part of speech: noun)
bread, breakfast, meal, drink, dinner, fare, barbecue, feed, food, picnic, taste, foodstuff, cuisine, nutriment, grub, eating, spread, consumption, ingestion, meat, repast, snack, sustenance, lunch, banquet, feast, board
particle (part of speech: noun)
- But not a morsel would the dog taste. - "Granny's Wonderful Chair", Frances Browne.
- Gustave lit his candle, a last remaining morsel. - "Charlotte's Inheritance", M. E. Braddon.
- His fellow creatures were dear to him; he gave them his cloak from his shoulders many a day, and the morsel from his own lips, and would have given them the heart from his bosom had that been possible. - "Italy, the Magic Land", Lilian Whiting.