2. Adjective. Spicy, pungent. ¹
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Definition of Condimental
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1. Foods and Their Adulteration: Origin, Manufacture, and Composition of Food by Harvey Washington Wiley (1917)
"condimental Preservatives.—There are certain preservatives that respond to ... Certain condimental substances commonly exercise preservative effects to a ..."
2. Pork-production by William Wesley Smith, Robert Alexander Craig (1920)
"condimental STOCK FOODS condimental stock foods or feeds, sometimes called proprietary stock foods, are usually mixtures made up of one or more common feed ..."
3. Elements of Agriculture by George Frederick Warren (1920)
"Numerous condimental stock foods are advertised. These are guaranteed to make hens lay, cows give milk, or pigs get fat. The basis of nearly all of these is ..."
4. Pure Foods, Their Adulteration, Nutritive Value, and Cost by John Charles Olsen (1911)
"CHAPTER XVII SPICES AND condimental FOODS Importance of spices in the diet. Substances which are added to foods simply to give an agreeable flavor are ..."
5. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1907)
"Time of harvesting medicinal, condimental and aromatic products. In general, root products are usually collected at the close of the growing season, ..."
6. The Microscopy of Vegetable Foods: With Special Reference to the Detection by Andrew Lincoln Winton, Josef Moeller, Kate Grace Barber Winton (1916)
"condimental Cattle and Poultry Poods. Numerous proprietary mixtures of cereal or oil-seed products, with aromatic substances, simple drugs and other ..."
7. Dairy Farming by George Frederick Warren, Clarence Henry Eckles (1916)
"condimental Stock Foods. Numerous articles variously known as " stock food " and " condition powders " are common on the market and are fed to a ..."