- condillac, étienne bonnot de,
- condition code register,
- condition codes,
Origin of condiment
Examples from the Web for condiment
Best eaten with strong, spicy harissa as a condiment, to counter the fattiness of the meat.
Not so much a dish but a condiment suited for almost any meal, salsa verde would have to be one of the tastiest condiments.
Use this vinegar as a condiment, or put a small quantity into drawn butter sauce for mutton.
When bruised it emits a strong, spicy odor, and the Spanish Americans use the leaves as a condiment.
They carried no condiment with them except that which excels others—hunger.Blazing Arrow|Edward S. Ellis
And beside, we will find some condiment which will disguise the taste!The Satyricon, Volume 5 (Crotona Affairs)|Petronius Arbiter
And people do like tomatoes, whether as salad, cooked vegetable, or condiment.The Tomato|Paul Work
Word Origin for condiment
early 15c., from Old French condiment (13c.), from Latin condimentum "spice, seasoning, sauce," from condire "to preserve, pickle, season," variant of condere "to put away, store," from com- "together" (see com-) + -dere comb. form meaning "to put, place," from dare "to give" (see date (n.1)).