Origin of condiment
Related formscon·di·men·tal, con·di·men·ta·ry, adjectivenon·con·di·ment, nounnon·con·di·men·tal, adjective
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