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  • noun Plural form of bohemian.

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Examples

  • Hotel Chelsea, the legendary downtown landmark that's been home to famous writers, artists, musicians and innumerable down-on-their-luck bohemians, is now the latest New York icon up for sale.

    Hotel Chelsea Seeks Buyer for Rehab

  • Simion, like all men of his type, was profoundly suspicious of those he termed bohemians.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • Simion, like all men of his type, was profoundly suspicious of those he termed bohemians.

    The House at Riverton

  • He argues, "Diverse, inclusive communities that welcome unconventional people-gays, immigrants, artists, and free-thinking 'bohemians'-are ideal for nurturing the creativity and innovation that characterize the knowledge economy…"

    Archive 2005-02-20

  • He argues, "Diverse, inclusive communities that welcome unconventional people-gays, immigrants, artists, and free-thinking 'bohemians'-are ideal for nurturing the creativity and innovation that characterize the knowledge economy…"

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  • They were known as bohemians in those days, and there is some of that captured in that expression.

    Press Gallery

  • Crowded cafés, tiny bookstores, and peculiar bars — such are the breeding grounds of the endangered species known as bohemians, who once flourished in London’s Soho and on Paris’s Left Bank.

    July 2008 Table of Contents

  • Meantime, the _pariahs_, those who never arrive, the "bohemians" of

    The Torrent Entre Naranjos

  • Duchesse (trouble which the Duchesse had been unable to detect in the affected disdain and pretentious rudeness which made her believe the actress was not at all a snob) doubtless it came about from the fascination exercised upon society people by hardened bohemians which is parallel to that which bohemians feel about people in society, a double reaction which corresponds, in the political order, to the reciprocal curiosity and desire to be allies displayed by nations who have fought against each other.

    Time Regained

  • Or, as David Brooks wrote in Bobos in Paradise (Bobos is short for “bourgeois bohemians”): “Dumb good-looking people with great parents have been displaced by smart, ambitious, educated, and antiestablishment people with scuffed shoes.”

    Class Dismissed

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