verb (used without object)
Words nearby joust
Origin of joust
OTHER WORDS FROM joustjoust·er, noun
Examples from the Web for jousting
Knights kissed at jousting tournaments and would receive one from the person they protected as thanks for a year of service.
All those who witnessed the jousting were filled with amazement, and said it cost him dear to joust with such a goodly knight.
As far as can be gathered from recent research the passe-guard is a reinforcing piece for the right elbow, used for jousting.
So it fell that time Sir Launcelot heard of a jousting fast by his castle, within three leagues.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume II (of II)|Thomas Malory
The Pole-axe was a weapon in great request for jousting on foot, in the champ clos.
The pastimes of this class of readers were jousting, hunting, and making love.