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See bohemianSee also Bohemian
- ‘But as always with Aitcheson, beneath the Bohemianism lay a real strength of purpose.’
- ‘There's nowhere near enough Bohemianism going on.’
- ‘These artists didn't fall into the trap of Bohemianism.’
- ‘She tore up the letter, certain that her next adventure in a life dedicated to rackety Bohemianism would be too good to miss.’
- ‘If enough New Yorkers wanted to protect our city from this company's assembly-line fake Bohemianism we could leave these cappuccino machines hissing alone.’
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