Boxers tell the tale of Little Bao, a peasant boy who learns kung fu and joins the boxer rebellion.
Seidemann pointed that that Mrs. Astor was born two years after the boxer rebellion, but so it goes.
The expedition of the Allies to China to put down the boxer rebellion also diverted attention.
America returned to China the indemnity growing out of the boxer rebellion.
This war had not closed when the boxer rebellion broke out in China, and a lesson even more clearly marked was given to the world.
1900, a name based on mistranslation of Chinese xenophobic society I-He-T'uan, "Righteous Harmony Band," rendered by British as I-He-Ch'uan "Righteous Uniting Fists," and so associated with the pugilistic boxer.
"fighter," late 15c., agent noun from box (v.2). The name of the breed of dog (1934), is from German (the breed originated in Germany), itself taken from English boxer "fighter;" the dog so called for its pugnaciousness. Boxer shorts (1943) so called from their resemblance to the attire worn in the ring.