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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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Clapp brought his bohemian followers with him to Pfaff's, and he and Pfaff enjoyed a mutually beneficial arrangement in which Clapp advertised the beer hall in his newspaper and Pfaff extended courtesies and generous lines of credit to Clapp and the other bohemians.
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.
The Bohemians, established in 1996, re-enact the glory days of Queen.
Jordan Sopp's hat-trick saw Kenton Bar beat Gosforth Bohemians Reserves 3-0.
For your chance to win tickets to The Bohemians just answer Who was the lead singer of Queen?
Indeed, evidence of the Bohemians precedes their actual arrival by weeks, as the townspeople find themselves in an unusual situation: Most of them are suddenly employed, and--for once--business is booming.
Sligo battled it out with the Dublin-based Bohemians on Saturday night in an FAI League of Ireland fixture in front of nearly 2,000 fans.
Bhoys boss Neil Lennon is aiming to tie up a deal in January but Bohemians manager Pat Fenlon is not keen to lose the talented kid just yet.
Bohemians fielded an under-strength side while Wolves started with local favourites Kevin Doyle and Andy Keogh, as well as new signing Jelle Van Damme in defence.
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.
Henri Murger's The Bohemians of the Latin Quarter, first published as Scenes de la vie de boheme in France in 1851, is an important book to have available in English translation for several reasons: it is valuable as an account of nineteenth-century Parisian culture, for studies of the position of the artist in modern, urban societies, and its popularity among English-speaking readers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries makes it central to British and American cultural studies as well.
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.