Firstly there is the clearness of its pronunciation.
It begins with the clear clack of the C, runs through the elongated M only to end with the sharpness of the T.
And then there is context.
To me the only occasions to really use the word are either when attending a carvery, the king of the eating out options.
Or upon swaggering to the table with a plate of home cooked roast food and announcing to your guests “would you like some condiments?”
Both scenarios are filled with happiness. Now, the
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