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  • (n) conduct characteristic of a bohemian


  1. The fact that he is a Republican makes his former bohemianism all the more salient.
  2. The latest venture, a couple of streets away, is a grander vehicle for his bohemianism.
  3. The choice is significant; to Keller the state is not necessarily a higher concern than art, but serving the state is a high honor, and bohemianism a worthless existence.


  • Books: John Strausbaugh’s “The Village” review.

    At the heart of this historical overview of the Manhattan neighborhood is a celebration of liberalism, bohemianism, and counterculture. Strausbaugh traces these themes from the Village’s beginnings as a rural outpost, in the mid-seventeenth century, to its present incarnation—“more a place of recreation than . . . (Subscription required.)
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The New Yorker

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  • Announcing the honour - of which Georges was one of the first recipients - Victorian Arts Minister Lynne Kosky said Mora was "a creative and social powerhouse (who) introduced a particular type of bohemianism that is outrageous and infectious : you...
    on Dec 25, 2008 By: Lynne Kosky Source: The Age

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