/ (ˈwuːˌʃiːˈɑː) /
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a genre of Chinese fiction and film, concerning the adventures of sword-wielding chivalrous heroes
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Word Origin for wuxia
from Chinese: martial-chivalric
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How to use wuxia in a sentence
The blackmail sublot comes from Chinese martial-arts fiction, called wuxia, which Chabon read in preparation for the novel.
Wuxia stories are typically about sorting out the consequences of some crime committed in the prior generation.