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As for that, said King Mark, at the first time I jousted with this knight ye refused him.
And as he had jousted at a tournament there he overthrew me and thirty knights more, and there he won the degree.
But Sir Lavaine jousted there all that Christmas passingly well, and best was praised, for there were but few that did so well.
Here Henry jousted till he grew too fat; and here Elizabeth sat at the receipt of chivalrous adulation.
THE TOWNLEIGH HUNT
Once get over the first glance and you are worth the fairest dame that ever was jousted for in the lists.
GRISLY GRISELLCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
Accordingly they jousted in the marshes of Calais, in the presence of noble cavaliers and squires of the two nations.
THE HISTORY OF CHIVALRY, VOLUME I (OF 2)CHARLES MILLS
Many stranger knights jousted with him, and his success was generally distinguished.
THE HISTORY OF CHIVALRY, VOLUME II (OF 2)CHARLES MILLS
I was but late at a jousting, and there I jousted with a knight that is brother to good King Pellam.
KING ARTHUR'S KNIGHTSHENRY GILBERT
Estuiga thanked him, and affirmed that he felt as much honored by having jousted with him as though he had been an emperor.
Knight of the many colours, well hast thou jousted; now make thee ready, that I may joust with thee.
STORIES OF THE DAYS OF KING ARTHURCHARLES HENRY HANSON