Definition of bohemia
: a community of bohemians : the world of bohemians
Recent Examples of bohemia from the Web
Amir Bar-Lev gives the Grateful Dead a four-hour cinematic treatment, starting with Jerry Garcia’s teenage years in Bay Area bohemia and ending with the group’s monster concerts in the 1980s and ’90s, with plenty of counterculture in between.
BackBar, which consists primarily of a cluster of picnic tables fenced off from the main drag in the sleepy capital of Hudson Valley bohemia, nails the spirit of tiki instead.
Libbey’s point of view has since manifested itself throughout the tiny and beloved bohemia.
Every member of the city’s urban bohemia seemed in attendance.
Bohemia—shocked, thrilled, jealous—bestirred itself.
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Origin and Etymology of bohemia
translation of French bohème
First Known Use: 1854See Words from the same year
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Definition of Bohemia for English Language Learners
: region of the Czech Republic
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