Definition of Bohemianism

1. Noun. Conduct characteristic of a bohemian.

Generic synonyms: Behavior, Behaviour, Conduct, Doings



Definition of Bohemianism

1. n. The characteristic conduct or methods of a Bohemian.

Definition of Bohemianism

1. Noun. a Bohemian lifestyle ¹

2. Noun. (alternative capitalization of Bohemianism) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bohemianism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bohemianism

bogusness
bogusnesses
bogwood
bogwoods
bogy
bogyism
bogyisms
bogyman
bogymen
bogywoman
boh
bohdanowiczite
bohea
boheas
bohemian
bohemianism (current term)
bohemianisms
bohemians
bohemias
bohemium
bohm diffusion
boho
bohos
bohrbug
bohrbugs
bohrium
bohriums
bohs
bohunk
bohunks

Literary usage of Bohemianism

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1. Human Intercourse by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1898)
"The lower forms of bohemianism are associated with several kinds of vice, ... The vices connected with these forms of bohemianism are idleness, irregularity ..."

2. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1868)
"WHAT IS bohemianism? IT is a mistake to limit the application of the term bohemianism to a ... bohemianism is one of the most extensive " isms " of the day, ..."

3. The Vagabond in Literature by Arthur Compton-Rickett (1906)
"But to some extent all these characteristics prevail. IV There is a certain type of Vagabondage which may be covered by the term " bohemianism. ..."

4. An Editor's Retrospect: Fifty Years of Newspaper Work by Charles Alfred Cooper (1896)
"... papers— Burton's bohemianism—Dr. John Brown, his kindliness—Professor Blackie—His contributions—His mistakes—The Gaelic way of spelling whisky—The ..."

5. Thackerayana: Notes and Anecdotes Illustrated by Hundreds of Sketches by by Joseph] [Grego, William Makepeace Thackeray (1898)
"... Caricature Drawing found throughout his writings— Skits on Fashion—Titmarsh on ‘Men and Clothes'—bohemianism in youth—Hatred of conventionality—Sketches ..."

6. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"connected with these forms of bohemianism are idleness, irregularity, extravagance, drunkenness, and immorality; and besides these vices, ..."

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