Bohemic

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Bohemic

Pronunciation /bə(ʊ)ˈhiːmɪk/
adjective
Usually with lower-case initial. Socially unconventional in a way regarded as characteristic of creative artists; belonging to or characteristic of a bohemian; = “Bohemian”.

Origin
Early 17th century (in an earlier sense). From post-classical Latin Bohemicus of or relating to Bohemia, Hussite from Bohemia, the name of a region and formerly a kingdom in central Europe + -icus.

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It was never Cal’s intention to live a bohemic lifestyle. Looking back, he felt, “it just happened.”

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