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bohemian in Sociology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbohemianbo‧he‧mi‧an /bəʊˈhiːmiən, bə- $ boʊ-, bə-/ adjective  SSSTYLE/ELEGANCEliving in a very informal or relaxed way and not accepting society’s rules of behaviour bohemian cafés frequented by artists, musicians, and actorsbohemian noun [countable]
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bohemianHe was never merely flamboyant or vulgarly bohemian.Might as well look the part, since all artists were considered crazy and bohemian.I could browse bohemian bookstores in far-off, mysterious Hollywood.In the 1960s, a second wave of immigrants settled here, along with a thriving bohemian community.The tourist resort threatens to change Key West's bohemian culture.It seemed a veritable model of bohemian family life.Cops would tell us to go home, and that intensified this bohemian romance all the more.The bohemian squalor that greeted my eyes was quite appealing.