joust

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To engage in mock combat on horseback, as two knights in the lists; to tilt
A tilting match: a mock combat between two mounted knights or men-at-arms using lances in the lists or enclosed field
to engage in a tilt with lances on horseback
{n} a mock fight
{v} to run in the tilt
{f} compete in a joust; compete, fight, struggle
joust against somebody in a tournament by fighting on horseback
When two or more people or organizations joust, they compete to see who is better. lawyers joust in the courtroom The oil company jousts with Esso for lead position in UK sales. = dispute
A tilting match; a mock combat on horseback between two knights in the lists or inclosed field
a combat between two mounted knights tilting against each other with blunted lances joust against somebody in a tournament by fighting on horseback
a combat between two mounted knights tilting against each other with blunted lances
A mock combat between two mounted knights or men-at-arms using lances
A tilting match; a mock combat on horseback between two knights in the lists or enclosed field
{i} fight between knights on horseback who attempt to unseat each other with lances, tilt
In medieval times, when two knights on horseback jousted, they fought against each other using long spears called lances. Knights joust and frolic. + jousting joust·ing medieval jousting tournaments
jouster
A horse used for jousting
jousting
A medieval European sport in which mounted knights charged at each other bearing lances
jousting
Present participle of joust
jousting
Any activity in which two people spar with each other verbally
A joust
just
To joust
just
a joust
tilt
jousted
past of joust
jouster
A person who jousts
jouster
{i} person who jousts; one who tilts; person who engages in personal combat or competition
jouster
One who jousts or tilts
jousting
Medieval Western European mock battle between two horsemen who charged at each other with leveled lances in an attempt to unseat the other. It probably originated in France in the 11th century, superseding the mêlée, in which mock battles were held between two bodies of armed horsemen, and it flourished in much of Europe in the 12th-15th century. Though the lances were blunted, knights were often seriously wounded or killed. Tournaments were mounted only by royalty and nobility; ladies of the court would sponsor individual knights, for whom jousting became a ritual of courtly love. Characterized by striking panoply and pageantry, jousting tournaments represented the preeminent display of chivalry
jousting
{i} act of competing in a joust
jousts
third-person singular of joust
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Spor) joust
joust

    التركية النطق

    caust

    النطق

    /ˈʤoust/ /ˈʤaʊst/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'jaust sometimes 'j& ] (intransitive verb.) 14th century. From Old French joster (modern French: jouter), from Latin juxtare

    الازمنة

    jousts, jousting, jousted

    كلمة اليوم

    guillotine
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