Antonyms for jousted

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He had jousted hard and lost, and youth holds no post-mortems.

There were many knights of Chauz, who jousted and made attacks.

He fenced and jousted with him, instructed him in riding, trained him to sword and bow.

And all of them jousted with him, but each was overthrown in turn.

On the second day Sir Tristram jousted best, and overthrew forty knights.

Driant jousted first with the Cornish knights, and, after unhorsing some of them, got a stunning fall.

This encounter took place upon a bridge, where Hector and Dinadan jousted, and Dinadan and his horse were overthrown.

And, acclaimed in this fashion every time he jousted, Sir Halewyn would go back from the field in sorrow to his pavilion.

Learning the challenge, Percivale jousted with Lancelot, and afterwards they fought with swords.

As for that, said King Mark, at the first time I jousted with this knight ye refused him.