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tour·ney / ˈtərnē; ˈtoŏr-/ • n. (pl. -neys) a tournament. • v. (-neys, -neyed) [intr.] take part in a tournament.

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tourney tournament. XIII. — OF. tornei (mod. tournoi), f. torneier (whence vb. XIII) :- Rom. *tornidiāre, f. L. tornus TURN.

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