Sir Lancelot told them it was in his mind to go to the jousts at Camelot.
On the day of the jousts the trumpets began to blow in the field where they should be held.
Never was I false, and that I have shown in jousts and in tourneys.'
There are to be revels and jousts, revels in the Tower and jousts in Smithfield.
Thus may you know me, if so be you are at the jousts; but be secret, and trust no other man than Warrenton.
"Nay, for the jousts and single combat," cried Heinz excitedly.
It lures to allegory, this checkered board, these jousts and far crusades.
I will give tournaments, jousts, and—and—But let us return to my domain.
The jousts had been hot, though not so fierce as to be bloody.
On Monday, the 13th inst., the jousts began, and continued three days.