bohemian

[ boh-hee-mee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF bohemian

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOHEMIAN

He had been asked to meet the Bohemian set at a Dutch supper and had gone.

Rather with regret it was I found her to be a Mrs. Kenner, the leader of the Bohemian set.

The Bohemian set, such as are possible, will be bound to come over to us.

Well, then, if the Austrians may not be touched, what say you to a Bohemian!

In one corner was a donkey tied up, belonging to the Bohemian.

Of all the merry evenings in the bohemian world, that was one of the merriest.

Among the brasseries in Paris this the most desirable to lovers of the Bohemian brew.

"Nay, nay the day month after he arrives at Vienna," cried the Bohemian.

Heretofore his life had been very similar to that of his Bohemian companions.

She tried to explain what Bohemian meant, and what Bohemia was; but this is what no one can quite do.

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nounperson who takes chances, departs from accepted course
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