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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Daniel Cottom's International Bohemia: Scenes of Nineteenth-Century Life (2013), Justin Martin's Rebel Souls: Walt Whitman and America's First Bohemians (2014), Joanna Levin's Bohemia in America, 1858-1920 (2009), and Levin's and Edward Whitley's collection Whitman Among the Bohemians (2014) are just some of the recent publications on the topic.
If you choose to have Bohemian Tarot entertain at your Halloween party, Bianca will arrive in Bohemian chic attire, with lovely table decorations as well, bringing her vibrant energy and insight to your special event
The productions that are a Bohemian mainstay require a huge stage, built by local carpenters--and nearly half the population, to hear them tell it, are contractors of one sort or another.
Two of the most important spots are the royal weddings that bookend Thomas's material: the marriage of Anne of Bohemia and Richard II in 1382, which defined the Bohemian aesthetic of the Ricardian court, and the wedding of Elizabeth Stuart to Frederick V, Elector Palatine, later King of Bohemia, in 1613: the couple fled Prague in the aftermath of the Battle of the White Mountain in 1620, which brought the longstanding Bohemian tradition of religious tolerance to a close.
Washington honored as the "Poet Laureate of the Negro race" had elbowed his way into a grander, less localized conversation about bohemian styles and economies.
The Bohemian rug designs take their color and patterning cues from such varied sources as ancient tiles and ornamental tapestries.
Murger's tales of bohemian life describe the fraternity of four young artists: a painter, a writer, a musician, and a philosopher.
For the next 20 years, Secter made more films, including a bohemian comedy called Getting Together and the soft-core Blow Dry.
In Prague, the practice designed the hotel's interior down to the furniture and fittings, devising a clear logical plan and sustaining an austerely elegant design that acknowledges the Bohemian context and works visually and functionally.
The book contains fascinating chapters on young militants, flappers and bohemian aesthetes, and on street life.
Their signal achievement is to have fused the bourgeois mind-set which dominated the 1950s and, in a different way, the 1980s, with bohemian "counter-culture" values of the 1960s.
Its story centers on vortex of complicated relationships among young artists and other denizens of bohemian New York City in the early 1970s, including an intense, though ambivalent connection beween two black aspiring performers--Jesse Durand and his dance-class colleague, Ruella McPhee, to whom he turns for emotional support when he loses his longtime white male lover to a violent death at the hands of white, gay-bashing street toughs.
Or consider the inchoate American gang identified as "Bohemian" in New York Times rock critic Ann Powers new book, Weird Like Me: My Bohemian America.
She also examines her own bohemian experience, recounting the years spent forging ersatz families in '80s San Francisco, where the passions that marked her as weird in her hometown--punk music, dumpster diving--were shared by an entire community.