Meaning: a preparation (a sauce or relish or spice) to enhance flavor or enjoyment; "mustard and ketchup are condiments"
"Mrs. Condiment, once for all do tell me who this terrible Black Donald is?
"But, my dear, you must never think of riding out alone," exclaimed the dismayed Mrs. Condiment.
"My Lord, but the major will be hopping if he finds it out!" was good Mrs. Condiment's dismayed exclamation.
Mrs. Condiment taught her the mysteries of cutting and basting, back-stitching and felling, hemming and seaming.
Old Ketch thought mustard the greatest condiment that tripe could be accompanied by, in conjunction with onions.
There is no one to attend you; Wool has gone with his master," said Mrs. Condiment, as she met Capitola in the hall, habited for her ride.
Oh, how I should like to capture Black Donald!--There's my horse; good-by!" and before Mrs. Condiment could raise another objection Capitola ran out, sprang into her saddle and was seen careering down the hill toward the river as fast as her horse could fly.