Bohemian

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Synonyms for Bohemian

Synonyms for Bohemian

a member of a people with dark skin and hair who speak Romany and who traditionally live by seasonal work and fortunetelling

a native or inhabitant of Bohemia in the Czech Republic

a nonconformist writer or artist who lives an unconventional life

unconventional in especially appearance and behavior

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Bohemian Legends will play FAI International Masters, a side drawn from veterans of League of Ireland clubs.
Taking audiences back to the decades of big hair, even bigger lapels and shoulder pads, The Bohemians recapture both the look and the sound of this iconic band.
INTERNATIONALLY known Queen tribute band The Bohemians return with a new tour, new costumes, new production, a new set to celebrate Queen's 40th anniversary of playing the iconic Rainbow Theatre in 1974.
KENTON Bar Community and Gosforth Bohemians A claimed impressive scalps in the first round of the Neville Cowey Cup.
WE'VE two pairs of tickets to be won for Queen tribute band The Bohemians at Rhyl next month.
Moyes takes his side to Dalymount Park for a swiftly arranged last-minute friendly with Bohemians, organised after their Premier League curtain raiser at Tottenham Hotspur was postponed due to last week's riots in the capital.
BOHEMIANS can edge closer to their third Airtricity League title in a row by beating Galway United this evening, writes Johhny Ward.
The Bohemians forward had a spell on trial at the Parkhead club in the summer and also played against Celtic in the Hoops' recent 4-1 friendly win in Dublin.
BOHEMIANS 0 WOLVES 3 STEVEN Fletcher scored on his Wolves debut as he helped Mick McCarthy's men to a pre-season victory over the Irish champions Bohemians in Dublin.
Three goals from Bohemians in four minutes had the makings of yet another embarrassing trip by a Welsh Premier club in Europe, very much in par with most of the other clubs in the domestic league.
Almost every aspect of the show seemed homemade, down to the cardboard placards announcing the successive arrivals of comedians, exotic dancers, musicians and Jerkus Circus' ringleaders, The Steamy Bohemians.
Along with these more tragic bohemians, Dunbar's dandy assumes that artistry is not so much the signature of a disciplined talent as the possession of a special sort of dissident person, one whose self-integration of art, life, and fashion legibly distinguishes him from the multitudes of men in black.
It was probably one Derry's better performances but failure to overcome a weakened Bohemians brought ony disappointment.
The fact is that while many people know Brickell as the frontwoman for the New Bohemians, the band popular for its '80s hit ``What I Am,'' the singer's three children don't.
In amongst a selection of somewhat bizarre and highly personal photos contained in Virginia Nicholson's Among the Bohemians is a picture of a group of teenage girls, lounging by the side of the Avon on a warm, sunny day in 1930.