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tour·ney

 (to͝or′nē, tûr′-)
intr.v. tour·neyed, tour·ney·ing, tour·neys
To compete in a tournament.
n. pl. tour·neys
A tournament.

[Middle English torneien, from Old French torneier, from Vulgar Latin *tornizāre, to turn around, from Latin tornāre, to turn in a lathe; see turn.]

tourney

(ˈtʊənɪ; ˈtɔː-) medieval history
n
(Historical Terms) a knightly tournament
vb
(Historical Terms) (intr) to engage in a tourney
[C13: from Old French torneier, from Vulgar Latin tornidiāre (unattested) to turn constantly, from Latin tornāre to turn (in a lathe); see tournament]
ˈtourneyer n

tour•ney

(ˈtʊər ni, ˈtɜr-)
n.
1. a tournament.
v.i.
2. to contend or engage in a tournament.
[1300–50; (v.) Middle English < Old French torneier < Vulgar Latin *tornidiāre to wheel, keep turning < Latin tornus tour; compare turn]

tourney


Past participle: tourneyed
Gerund: tourneying

Imperative
tourney
tourney
Present
I tourney
you tourney
he/she/it tourneys
we tourney
you tourney
they tourney
Preterite
I tourneyed
you tourneyed
he/she/it tourneyed
we tourneyed
you tourneyed
they tourneyed
Present Continuous
I am tourneying
you are tourneying
he/she/it is tourneying
we are tourneying
you are tourneying
they are tourneying
Present Perfect
I have tourneyed
you have tourneyed
he/she/it has tourneyed
we have tourneyed
you have tourneyed
they have tourneyed
Past Continuous
I was tourneying
you were tourneying
he/she/it was tourneying
we were tourneying
you were tourneying
they were tourneying
Past Perfect
I had tourneyed
you had tourneyed
he/she/it had tourneyed
we had tourneyed
you had tourneyed
they had tourneyed
Future
I will tourney
you will tourney
he/she/it will tourney
we will tourney
you will tourney
they will tourney
Future Perfect
I will have tourneyed
you will have tourneyed
he/she/it will have tourneyed
we will have tourneyed
you will have tourneyed
they will have tourneyed
Future Continuous
I will be tourneying
you will be tourneying
he/she/it will be tourneying
we will be tourneying
you will be tourneying
they will be tourneying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tourneying
you have been tourneying
he/she/it has been tourneying
we have been tourneying
you have been tourneying
they have been tourneying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tourneying
you will have been tourneying
he/she/it will have been tourneying
we will have been tourneying
you will have been tourneying
they will have been tourneying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tourneying
you had been tourneying
he/she/it had been tourneying
we had been tourneying
you had been tourneying
they had been tourneying
Conditional
I would tourney
you would tourney
he/she/it would tourney
we would tourney
you would tourney
they would tourney
Past Conditional
I would have tourneyed
you would have tourneyed
he/she/it would have tourneyed
we would have tourneyed
you would have tourneyed
they would have tourneyed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tourney - a sporting competition in which contestants play a series of games to decide the winnertourney - a sporting competition in which contestants play a series of games to decide the winner
contest, competition - an occasion on which a winner is selected from among two or more contestants
World Cup - a soccer tournament held every four years between national soccer teams to determine a world champion
elimination tournament - a tournament in which losers are eliminated in successive rounds
open - a tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play
round robin - a tournament in which every contestant plays every other contestant
Verb1.tourney - engage in a tourneytourney - engage in a tourney      
fight, struggle, contend - be engaged in a fight; carry on a fight; "the tribesmen fought each other"; "Siblings are always fighting"; "Militant groups are contending for control of the country"

tourney

noun
Any competition or test of opposing wills likened to the sport in which knights fought with lances:
Translations

tourney

[ˈtʊənɪ] N (Hist) → torneo m

tourney

n (Hist, US Sport) → Turnier nt
References in periodicals archive ?
Thirteen new knights were enrolled including such noted tourneyers as Sir John Asteley and the King's brother-in-law Anthony Woodville, Lord Scales, who sometimes like Lancelot sported a hermit's gown at tournaments and who jousted with the brother of the Duke of Burgundy before the King at Smithfield in 1466.
The point is illustrated in the tiny role of the young lord who reports that Bracciano and his fellow tourneyers are arming themselves: he is, remarks Flamineo, `A new vp-start: one that sweares like a Falckner, and will lye in the Dukes eare day by day like a maker of Almanacks' (V.