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joust
used in Listening for Lions

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Definition
a contest in which knights attempt to knock each other off horses with blunted lances

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any kind of contest
  • I have heard how in the times of chivalry men had to joust with sharp lances for their women, but I don't believe they ever had to eat so many of the vicar's wife's biscuits.
    Book 1 — Rachel Sheridan (21% in)

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