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Examples from the Web for morel
Morel is willing to have sex with Charlus for money and career advancement.
Morel inflicts wound after wound, reducing Charlus to ever more abject dependency - and ever more bizarre behaviors.
Morel Mushroom Toasts by Alice Waters The official mushroom of Minnesota, the morel is a particular spring prize for foragers.
"Now you'd better tell your father when he comes in," said Mrs. Morel.
Yet Clara realized that Morel was withdrawing from the circle, leaving her the option to stay with her husband.
Mrs. Morel had a little present and a letter from Lily at Christmas.
The women, her neighbours, were rather foreign to her, and Morel's mother and sisters were apt to sneer at her ladylike ways.
The first picture which Morel drew of these "dead ones of the race" was an impressive one.Spontaneous Activity in Education|Maria Montessori
British Dictionary definitions for morel
Word Origin for morel
Word Origin and History for morel
type of edible mushroom, 1670s, from French morille (16c.), of uncertain origin, apparently from Germanic; cf. Old High German morhilo (German Morchel), diminutive of morha "root of a tree or plant," from Proto-Germanic *murhon- (cf. Old English more, German möhre "carrot").