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joust (JOUST, JUST) (noun)
A combat between two mounted knights or men-at-arms using lances; a tilting match: The chevalier put on his armor as he prepared himself for the joust.
joust (JOUST, JUST) (verb)
To engage in a personal combat or competition: American football can be described as players trying to joust with each other when they run into each other, knocking their opponents down.
just (JUST) (adjective)
1. Honorable and fair in one's dealings and action: Her Honor, Judge Smith, was always just in her decisions at court.
2. Valid within the law; lawful: The verdict made by the judge for the man to pay the traffic fine was a just decision.

The knight tried to assure his lady fair, saying "Don't worry, it is just a joust and no one will be injured."

just (adjective)
1. Done or made according to principle; equitable; proper: "He made a just reply to her question."
2. Based on right; lawful: "She made a just claim for her injury."
3. In keeping with truth or fact; true; correct: "They made a just analysis."
4. Given or awarded rightly; deserved, as a sentence, punishment, or reward: "The court issued a just penalty."
5. In accordance with standards or requirements; proper or right.
6. Actual, real, or genuine.
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just (adverb)
Being guided by truth, reason, justice, and fairness: "Luis and Mike want to be just in their decisions."
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