Origin of joust
OTHER WORDS FROM joustjouster, noun
Words nearby joust
How to use joust in a sentence
There was the early lead-blocking of Grant Williams — a play that resulted in Williams getting dinged with a personal foul — and the elbow joust shortly thereafter that earned Green a technical.
They begin with a joust where Gautier pierces Bernier with his lance between his ribs.The ‘GOT’ Red Viper and Mountain Duel, and a History of Medieval Trial by Combat|Steven Isaac|June 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That process could be fraught, as palace rivals and pretenders joust for position.
Therefore, said the strong knight, I will joust with thee, for I hate all these that be of Arthur's court.
And these two knights met with Sir Tristram and questioned with him, and asked him if he would joust with them.
Then saw they a knight on horseback well armed, brandishing a spear, crying and proffering himself to joust.
And if ye think that I be weary, and ye have an appetite to joust with me, I shall find you jousting enough.
And therewithal he mounted upon his horse, and took a great spear in his hand ready for to joust.