Examples of condiment in a Sentence
the cafeteria's self-serve table has a full array of condiments
Recent Examples of condiment from the Web
There is also a condiment area with horseradish, mayo and other fixings to doctor the sandwich.
It’s (almost) all about the condiments with this one.
Roiland told reporters at San Diego Comic Con earlier this month that McDonald’s had agreed to send him the condiment, which hasn’t been available in stores since a promotional run in 1998 for the Disney movie Mulan.
Who's ready to tip a few drops of the new condiments into their next batch of Bloody Marys?
A sandwich is nothing more than bread and some sort of filling — sometimes peanut butter, or egg salad, or even watercress — and any accompanying condiments or vegetables.
A typical pork hot dog contains 204 calories and 18 g of total fat and 620 g of sodium — and this is before condiments like ketchup, mustard and relish are added.
Separated by the condiments, the mollusk looked not unlike a starfish, its crust smoky and ever-so-slightly crunchy, the fish itself chewy but not overly so.
Susan Selasky/Detroit Free Press The patty or protein of choice may take center stage with burgers, but toppings and condiments can make or break burgers.
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Origin and Etymology of condiment
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
CONDIMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of condiment for English Language Learners
: something (such as salt, mustard, or ketchup) that is added to food to give it more flavor
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