Meaning of jouster in English:

jouster

noun

See joust

‘Adam gave his best angry glare at the jouster and they retreated.’
  • ‘The transaction generated six pieces of paper, each as long as a jouster's lance.’
  • ‘The practice arena was for the jousters and swordsmen.’
  • ‘A Pembrokeshire man, he established his reputation as a jouster and was knighted at Edward VI's coronation.’
  • ‘Brian grinned cruelly and ran at him with his sword thrust out like a jouster.’