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- n. A person who jousts
- n. A horse used for jousting
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who jousts or tilts.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Cool logo too --- the little arrows show the jouster having his lance sent upward, which leads to being knocked off the steed.
So in the summer of 1984 I started my career as a professional jouster.
There was a time, not long ago, when Jaime was as good a jouster as any in the Seven Kingdoms, with a good chance to win any tourney that he entered.
Unable to compete with an older and more experienced jouster in the traditional contests, the two Dudleys sought to attract our attention another way.
A man who looked this athletic was certain to be a champion jouster.
He speaks with jouster Fred Piraux, who is preparing for an upcoming tournament.
It was for adulterers that troubadours sang their courtly ballads, it was for the attention of another fellow's wife that the jouster risked the lance.
I spent my time with Alfric in the lists, and he2s the best jouster of the three, but our best is none too good.
Speeding up to full gallop, the Belgian jouster then directed his lance at sparring partner Luc Petillot.
It's an understandable concern for Obama partisans, and perhaps Sen. Obama might be better off if he shed some of that natural cool and became more of a jouster.
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