condiment (part of speech: noun)
garlic, spice, allspice, peppermint, pickle, cinnamon, Tabasco, relish, horseradish, dressing, cayenne, vinegar, paprika, nutmeg, condiment, applesauce, leek, ginger, flavoring, catchup, pepper, chili, chive, parsley, thyme, mint, chutney, sage, clove, turmeric, sauce, seasoning, vanilla, salad dressing, onion, dill, mayonnaise, salt, tartar sauce, mustard
vegetable (part of speech: noun)
eggplant, shallot, green beans, carrot, lentils, string beans, potato, sweet potato, yam, spinach, mushroom, cucumber, romain, celery, Brussels sprouts, chard, squash, okra, peas, pumpkin, rice, vegetable, broccoli, Lima beans, endive, corn, rutabaga, beans, artichoke, asparagus, maize, beet, zucchini, turnip, water cress, parsnip, collard greens, lettuce, cabbage, tomato, cauliflower
- If this is to be the custom here, let every one beware of sowing a radish or planting a bush or a tree, for should the wife of some great noble desire to dry her linen there, he may be deprived of it ere the former can ripen or the latter give shade." - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- About the middle of your fermentation, procure one pound of horse- radish, wash it well, dry it with a cloth, after which slice it thin, and throw it into your tun, rousing immediately after; when done, replace your tun cover, pitch your worts at 66 degrees, with about two gallons of solid yest; cleanse the third day, with the sweets on. - "The American Practical Brewer and Tanner", Joseph Coppinger.
- Why, I thought he was a radish, and I have boiled him for his own dinner! - "The Joyous Story of Toto", Laura E. Richards.