joust

Part of speech: verb

Same as JUST.

Part of speech: noun

To engage in a tilt or tournament.

Part of speech: verb

A tilting - match between mounted knights.

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Usage examples "joust":

  1. So Gareth took Sir Kay's shield and spear and was about to ride away, when seeing Sir Launcelot draw near, he called upon him to joust. - "Stories from Le Morte D'Arthur and the Mabinogion", Beatrice Clay.
  2. Those who are going to take part begin to joust, and they find plenty of their companions who had come with similar intent. - "Four Arthurian Romances "Erec et Enide", "Cliges", "Yvain", and "Lancelot"", Chretien DeTroyes.
  3. Item: on the 7th of September he stole a silver point, worth twelve soldi, from Marco, who was living with me, and took it from his studio; and when Marco had looked for it for some time he found it hidden in Giacomo's box- lire 1, soldi 2. Item: on the 26th of the following January, being in the house of Messer Galeazzo di San Severino, in order to arrange the festivity of his joust, and certain henchmen having undressed to try on the costumes of rustics who were to take part in the aforesaid festivity, Giacomo took the purse of one of them, which was on the bed with other clothes, and stole the money he found in it- 2 lire, 4 soldi. - "Thoughts on Art and Life", Leonardo da Vinci.