Definition of Condiments

1. Noun. (plural of condiment) ¹



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Definition of Condiments

1. condiment [n] - See also: condiment

Medical Definition of Condiments

1. Aromatic substances added to food before or after cooking to enhance its flavor. These are usually of vegetable origin. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Condiments

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

Literary usage of Condiments

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1. A Treatise on Food and Diet: With Observations on the Dietetical Regimen by Jonathan Pereira (1843)
"condiments, OR SEASONING AGENTS. The name of Condiment is usually given to ... f But all the substances employed as condiments are not necessary to our ..."

2. A treatise on food and dietetics, physiologically and therapeutically considered by Frederick William Pavy (1881)
"condiments. . condiments consist of seasoning or flavoring agents. ... condiments are employed for this special purpose, and thus a flagging appetite ..."

3. A treatise on food and dietetics, physiologically and therapeutically considered by Frederick William Pavy (1874)
"condiments. condiments consist of seasoning or flavoring agents. Without being strictly alimentary substances, they nevertheless play no insignificant part ..."

4. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1862)
"Among the different kinds of condiments now advertised, that of Mr. Thorley held the most prominent place before the public; and of that alone was he ..."

5. The Modern Housewife: Or, Ménagère. Comprising Nearly One Thousand Receipts by Alexis Soyer (1851)
"ON condiments. THERE is one class of materials which are always in constant use in the kitchen—these are the condiments; without these, soups, sauces, ..."

6. Food: Some Account of Its Sources, Constituents and Uses by Arthur Herbert Church (1893)
"Most of them are known as essential oils, but some are solid crystalline bodies or resinous matters. We shall here first describe the chief condiments, ..."

7. Diet and Dietetics by Armand Gautier, Alfred James Rice-Oxley (1906)
"XXVIII condiments TO the aromatic or alcoholic foods and beverages which wo have just studied, should be added the condiments with which we supplement the ..."

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