bohemianism

[ boh-hee-mee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF bohemianism
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"I declare, our Bohemianism progresses famously," said she, half tartly.

It is bohemianism in the domestic circle, a life full of improvidence and surprises.

There was certainly a tinge of Bohemianism in Audrey's nature.

Poverty in your life is a drag that my Bohemianism can throw off.

But the bohemianism of her husband and his comrades could only turn her to ice.

All suggestion of Bohemianism is remarkably absent, even on the top floors.

She is something of a Bohemian, but a Bohemian with a regret that Bohemianism should be necessary to her.

Although I had heard he was an artist, he showed no trace of Bohemianism in his make-up.

Napoleon cannot be said to have had high purposes, but his Bohemianism was admirable.

There is often an element of Bohemianism where we should least expect to find it.

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