To engage in mock combat on horseback, as two knights in the lists; to tilt.
A tilting match; a mock combat on horseback between two knights in the lists or inclosed field.
A sporting combat between mounted knights. The combatants charged each other with "couched" lances, and often required special armor and equipment. Jousts frequently took place within a tournament.
The charge of two knights bearing shield and lance. See also the Joust of Peace and Joust of War.
To engage in a competition involving one-to-one struggle with an opponent.
Any competition involving one-to-one struggle with an opponent.
a classic chivalric form of battle entailing two horsemen attempting to knock their opponent to the ground with an elongated pole
Two opposing players contact the ball simultaneously above the plane of the net. Jousts are always won by setters, irrespective of the height or hand size of their opponents.