(redirected from Bohemians)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • all
  • adj
  • noun

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

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The book went through the standard peer review process at Lehigh University Press, but with the aim of being made available under a creative commons license at the place where it was most likely to be found by readers interested in the history of Pfaff and the bohemians who frequented his business.
Featuring all the greatest hits from the legendary Hammersmith Odeon performance, as seen on the BBC Old Grey Whistle Test, through The Crazy Tour years (Fat Bottom Girls, Don't Stop Me Now) and to the most famous show of them all 'The Magic Tour' (A Kind of Magic, I want to Break Free and One Vision), The Bohemians will also celebrate Queen's Live Aid contribution in 1985.
The Bohemians are playing at Rhyl Pavilion on June 7.
Gosforth Bohemians Reserves and FoWS Diggers shared four goals at Benson Park.
In the down-at-the-heels resort town of Monte Rio, on the banks of the Russian River in California's wine country, is the Bohemian Grove, a 2,700-acre "encampment" that houses the members of the Bohemian Club, founded in 1872 by a bunch of journalists and their friends.
Ranked as the third most successful club in League of Ireland history, Bohemians have won the championship title 11 times and featured in the European Cup six times.
If it doesn't suit Paddy or Bohemians it won't happen.
But Rhyl got stuck in and a Mark Connolly brace brought a bit of respectability to the club and the league - only for Bohemians winger Harpel Singh to bag the fourth and all this in a mad, mad 15 minutes just before the break.
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.
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.
Youth in Revolutionary Russia: Enthusiasts, Bohemians, Delinquents.