jousters

[ joust, juhst, joost ]SEE DEFINITION OF jousters

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Next comes the Maestro-di-Campo, accompanied by the two jousters, and followed by all the others, marching two and two.

Trumpeters were calling the jousters to horse, and the wooden figure, encased in iron panoply, was prepared for the attack.

Such was the noble chevisance of the jousters that no mortal wound was inflicted.

The English jousters apparelled themselves, and took their station at the end of the plain, opposite the pavilions.

The heralds commanded silence, and forbad any one, by the severest penalties, from intermeddling with the jousters.