jouster

Jouster vs Jousted - What's the difference?

jouster | jousted |


As a noun jouster

is a person who jousts.

As a verb jousted is

(joust).

Jouster vs Ouster - What's the difference?

jouster | ouster |


As nouns the difference between jouster and ouster

is that jouster is a person who jousts while ouster is (historical) a putting out of possession; dispossession; ejection or ouster can be someone who ousts.

Juster vs Jouster - What's the difference?

juster | jouster |


As an adjective juster

is (just).

As a noun jouster is

a person who jousts.

Jouster vs Jobster - What's the difference?

jouster | jobster |


As nouns the difference between jouster and jobster

is that jouster is a person who jousts while jobster is corrupt official, corrupt public servant.

Taxonomy vs Jouster - What's the difference?

taxonomy | jouster |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and jouster

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while jouster is a person who jousts.

Jouster vs Jowter - What's the difference?

jouster | jowter | Alternative forms |

Jouster is an alternative form of jowter.


As nouns the difference between jouster and jowter

is that jouster is a person who jousts while jowter is (obsolete) a mounted peddler of fish.

Jousting vs Jouster - What's the difference?

jousting | jouster |


As nouns the difference between jousting and jouster

is that jousting is a medieval european sport in which mounted knights charged at each other bearing lances while jouster is a person who jousts.

As a verb jousting

is .

Horse vs Jouster - What's the difference?

horse | jouster |


As nouns the difference between horse and jouster

is that horse is (lb) of, like, or closely associated with the animal equus ferus caballus or horse can be (uncountable|slang|dated) heroin while jouster is a person who jousts.

As a verb horse

is to frolic, to act mischievously (usually followed by "around").

Jouster vs Joust - What's the difference?

jouster | joust |

Jouster is a derived term of joust.


As nouns the difference between jouster and joust

is that jouster is a person who jousts while joust is a tilting match: a mock combat between two mounted knights or men-at-arms using lances in the lists or enclosed field.

As a verb joust is

to engage in mock combat on horseback, as two knights in the lists; to tilt.