Definition of Condiment

1. Noun. A preparation (a sauce or relish or spice) to enhance flavor or enjoyment. "Mustard and ketchup are condiments"




Definition of Condiment

1. n. Something used to give relish to food, and to gratify the taste; a pungment and appetizing substance, as pepper or mustard; seasoning.

Definition of Condiment

1. Noun. Something used to enhance the flavor of food; salt or pepper for example. ¹

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Definition of Condiment

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Condiment

condescendingness
condescends
condescension
condescensions
condescent
condescents
condesending
condicion
condiction
condie
condies
condign
condignity
condignly
condignness
condiment (current term)
condimental
condiments
condisciple
condisciples
condite
condited
conditing
condition
condition precedent
conditionable
conditional
conditional-lethal mutant
conditional agreement
conditional assembly language

Literary usage of Condiment

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1. The Young House-keeper: Or, Thoughts on Food and Cookery by William Andrus Alcott (1839)
"Should be used, if used at all, principally as a condiment. ... It ought to be used only as a condiment. I hope to live to see the time when farinaceous ..."

2. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1869)
"If it be true that Amanita muscaria is eaten in Russia, we can only account for the fact by supposing that some condiment ..."

3. An Account of the Systems of Husbandry Adopted in the More Improved by John Sinclair, Great Britain Board of Agriculture (1814)
"His cows likewise get some turnip once a day in winter and spring, and sometimes twice ; not so much for food, as for a condiment, or, as he says, ..."

4. Alcohol: its place and power by James Miller (1861)
"Thepower of alcohol as a condiment; ... Every one must at once admit that it has no analogy whatever to our best and most common condiment, salt. ..."

5. Privates' Manual by James Alfred Moss (1916)
"condiment Can. The condiments (salt and pepper) and coffee are carried in the tin condiment can. It is divided into two compartments, a and b, for carrying ..."

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