Definition of Bohemians

1. Noun. (plural of Bohemian) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of bohemian) ¹

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Definition of Bohemians

1. bohemian [n] - See also: bohemian

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Literary usage of Bohemians

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1. A Dictionary of the Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Play-wrights, Players, and by William Davenport Adams (1904)
"This was followed by (2) ' The bohemians ; or, The Thieves of Paris," also founded on Sue, and first performed at the City of London Theatre on November 20 ..."

2. The History of England by James Mackintosh, William Wallace, Robert Bell (1835)
"The bohemians occupied such a position, that Prague could be entered by an enemy only by ... Of the bohemians, 5000 were killed in the pursuit; and 2000, ..."

3. Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind by James Cowles Prichard (1841)
"The Tschechi or bohemians. The language of the bohemians has been the most cultivated ... Christianity was introduced among the bohemians during the latter ..."

4. Bohemia Under Hapsburg Misrule: A Study of the Ideals and Aspirations of the by Thomas Capek, Tomáš Čapek (1915)
"New Yorkers may have seen with interest the National Hall of the bohemians, Clevelanders may be familiar with the Schauffler Missionary Training School, ..."

5. A History of Germany: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Friedrich Kohlrausch (1844)
"... 1619—Ferdinand IL, 1619 to 1637—Count Thurn and the bohemians in Vienna—Surround the Emperor in his Palace—Ferdinand unexpectedly rescued—The bohemians ..."

6. The Story of Bohemia from the Earliest Times to the Fall of National by Charles Edmund Maurice (1896)
"George of Podebrad now decided to make himself more completely master of the situation ; and a quarrel which had recently broken out between the bohemians ..."

7. A Dictionary of the Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Play-wrights, Players, and by William Davenport Adams (1904)
"This was followed by (2) ' The bohemians ; or, The Thieves of Paris," also founded on Sue, and first performed at the City of London Theatre on November 20 ..."

8. The History of England by James Mackintosh, William Wallace, Robert Bell (1835)
"The bohemians occupied such a position, that Prague could be entered by an enemy only by ... Of the bohemians, 5000 were killed in the pursuit; and 2000, ..."

9. Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind by James Cowles Prichard (1841)
"The Tschechi or bohemians. The language of the bohemians has been the most cultivated ... Christianity was introduced among the bohemians during the latter ..."

10. Bohemia Under Hapsburg Misrule: A Study of the Ideals and Aspirations of the by Thomas Capek, Tomáš Čapek (1915)
"New Yorkers may have seen with interest the National Hall of the bohemians, Clevelanders may be familiar with the Schauffler Missionary Training School, ..."

11. A History of Germany: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Friedrich Kohlrausch (1844)
"... 1619—Ferdinand IL, 1619 to 1637—Count Thurn and the bohemians in Vienna—Surround the Emperor in his Palace—Ferdinand unexpectedly rescued—The bohemians ..."

12. The Story of Bohemia from the Earliest Times to the Fall of National by Charles Edmund Maurice (1896)
"George of Podebrad now decided to make himself more completely master of the situation ; and a quarrel which had recently broken out between the bohemians ..."

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