Definition of tabasco:
Synonyms for tabasco:
condiment (part of speech: noun)
- salad dressing,
- tartar sauce,
I think intemperance in its widest sense was the great curse of our time anyway; drink and tobacco and tea and coffee; and as to our eating, there was too much, of almost everything on earth that was not food, but which could be over- salted and over- peppered, and treated with tabasco sauce.- "The Master-Knot of Human Fate", Ellis Meredith.
To cook a fresh ham properly, choose one weighing ten pounds or less, scrape and wash clean, score the skin, all over, then season well with salt, sugar, black and red pepper, and dot with tabasco on top.- "Dishes & Beverages of the Old South", Martha McCulloch Williams.
He then proceeded to the river of Tabasco, where the disposition of the natives proved very hostile, and they showed the most determined resistance; but the noise of the artillery, the appearances of the floating fortresses which brought the Spaniards over the ocean, and the horses on which they fought, all new objects to the natives, inspired them with astonishment mingled with terror; they regarded the Spaniards as gods, and sent them supplies of provisions, with a present of some gold and twenty female slaves.- "Peter Parley's Tales About America and Australia", Samuel Griswold Goodrich.