Noun(1) a combat between two mounted knights tilting against each other with blunted lances
Verb(1) joust against somebody in a tournament by fighting on horseback
(1) to joust, a man must have an opponent to ride against(2) Anne was once more pregnant but at the end of the month, alarmed by news of Henry's heavy fall at a joust , she gave premature birth to a dead son.(3) Another blare of trumpets called the attention of the spectators, announcing that the first round of the joust would commence.(4) The ancient epic had its counterpart in athletic contests just as the medieval romance had its counterpart in jousts and tournaments between knights.(5) The transaction generated six pieces of paper, each as long as a jouster 's lance.(6) Joan is hanging about with Antigone, and Arthur and Lance are jousting .(7) A Pembrokeshire man, he established his reputation as a jouster and was knighted at Edward VI's coronation.(8) We do all the medieval arts like jousting and sparring, things of that nature.(9) Adam gave his best angry glare at the jouster and they retreated.(10) The practice arena was for the jousters and swordsmen.(11) Brian grinned cruelly and ran at him with his sword thrust out like a jouster .(12) It speaks of jousts , tournaments, wizards, falconry, enchantresses, damsels in distress, wars, quests, and the code of chivalry.(13) There is a medieval theme and entertainment including knights, jousting and brass bands.(14) This is a less aggressive mix than you might expect for a movie about knights and jousting .(15) The two of them flew towards each other at breakneck speeds, like knights jousting .(16) Along with their other accessories, the warriors' elaborate dress suggests that they brought both wealth and pageantry to combat, which Donnan likens to medieval jousts .
1. tournament ::
2. tourney ::
3. combat ::
brwydro yn erbyn
4. contest ::
5. fight ::
6. battle ::
7. clash ::
8. tilt ::
9. tourney ::
10. fight ::
11. spar ::
12. clash ::
13. tilt ::
Different Formsjoust, jousted, jouster, jousters, jousting, jousts
Word Example from TV Shows
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- I hear the king wants to JOUST today.
- Yes, that will never happen.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 5
Start the damn JOUST
before I piss myself!
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4
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