Tour"ney (?), n. [OF. tornei, tornoi, F. tournoi, fr. OF. torneier, tornoier, tournoier, to tit, to tourney, F. tournoyer to turn round and round. See Turn, v. t.]

A tournament.


At tilt or tourney or like warlike game. Spenser.

We hold a tourney here to-morrow morn, And there is scantly time for half the work. Tennyson.


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Tour"ney, v. i. [Cf.OF. torneier. See Tourney, n. ]

To perform in tournaments; to tilt.

Well could he tourney, and in lists debate. Spenser.


© Webster 1913.

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