Definition: unconventional (in an artistic way)
Definition: unconventional (in an artistic way)
Sentences Containing 'bohemian'
It only remains, therefore, to discover what is wanted by this German who writes upon Bohemian paper and prefers wearing a mask to showing his face.
"You may address me as the Count Von Kramm, a Bohemian nobleman.
In the north, the march bordered on the Bohemian duchy of the Přemyslids, and the lands in the south belonged to the Dukes of Carinthia, also newly instated in 976.
Under Margrave Ernest the Brave (1055–1075), the colonisation of the northern Waldviertel up to the Thaya river and the Bohemian march of Moravia was begun, and the Hungarian March was merged into Austria.
Sázava () is a town in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
Podluhy is a village in Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
The northern ridge is marked by the Lusatian Fault, a geological disturbance zone separating the Bohemian sandstones from the Lusatian granodiorite.
He led a bohemian lifestyle, rejecting material values, and often recklessly gave away his professional services and income.
Wenzel Thomas Matiegka (baptized July 6, 1773 - January 19, 1830) was a Bohemian composer.
A few years after the collapse of the regime, he chose to leave Germany and his mother to live a quiet but bohemian life in Paris.
20 haleru (World War II Bohemian and Moravian coin)
This side also included Bohemian colleague Harry Cannon, Jack McCarthy and Jeremiah Robinson.
Despite Ann Arbor's reputation in the region as a bohemian cultural center, many creative people have been driven out of the city to Ypsilanti due to these changes.
Hoffberger helped ease the way for the move by making his National Bohemian beer a Senators sponsor.
He served as a soldier and diplomat under the Polish king Władysław II and Hungarian-Bohemian king Sigismund of Luxembourg.
In California, he became a member of the Bohemian Club and died at the age of 84 in 1923 in Berkeley ten days before turning 85.
In addition, the Duke of Cieszyn, as a loyal vassal of the Bohemian Kings, hoped to obtain the help of them in obtaining high ecclesiastical dignities for his sons.
They are found in the traditional Bohemian and Viennese cuisines.
Polabí (German: "Elbeland") is the traditional and informal name for a lowlands region located in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
Both of them were attracted to the bohemian lifestyle of the artists gathering in Montparnasse.
Stewart was a founding member of the American Guild of Organists, and was an honorary lifetime member of the Bohemian Club.
Władysław's I successor King Casimir III the Great had to buy off the Bohemian claims by renouncing Silesia in the 1335 Treaty of Trentschin.
The Grove Play is an annual theatrical production written, produced and performed by and for Bohemian Club members, and staged outdoors in California at the Bohemian Grove each summer.
In 1878, the Bohemian Club of San Francisco first took to the woods for a summer celebration that they called midsummer High Jinks.
Finally, in 1902, both the music and the libretto were composed by club members, setting the "Bohemian grove-play as a distinct genre of stage art."
Roles for female characters are played by men, since women are not allowed as members of the Bohemian Club.
While on a family visit to Nebraska, Boh met Georgia Shestack, a fellow Bohemian, whom he married on August 2, 1911.
In 1919, Brescia described for Marcelli his work for the Bohemian Club as the composer for the summer musical theater at the Bohemian Grove.
In 1920, Marcelli wrote the first of an eventual six Grove Plays for the Bohemian Club, the last in 1961.
The couple had one son, Victor Ottavio Marcelli, who joined the Bohemian Club in his adulthood.
Two were exhibited at the Bohemian Club in 1922: "Cabeza de Estudio" and "A Bit of Old California."
Boleslaus, however, paid Bořivoj off and the latter withdrew from the conflict. Svatopluk, furious, defected and led a number of Bohemian grandees with him.
This development freed Ferdinand — who also acquired the Bohemian throne in late 1526 – from the burden of assisting his brother.
An unidentified "Bohemian Song" was arranged as "Chanson bohémienne", No.
Slavník (died 981) was a Bohemian nobleman, the founder of Slavník's dynasty.
It was intended to unite different creeds of the Protestant Reformation, such as the Calvinists, the Lutherans, and the Bohemian Brethren, and to face Counter-Reformation as a united front.
Due to efforts of Laski and Feliks Krzyzak, the agreement between the Calvinists and the Bohemian Brethren was signed in 1555 in Kozminek.
In Greater Poland, this task was taken over by Erazm Gliczner, while leaders of the local Bohemian Brethren were Jakub Ostrorog and Rafal Leszczynski.
She does not approve of this Bohemian sculptor, who lives poorly off his occasional commissions, as a suitable match for Olga.
German settlers were called into this region by Bohemian rulers from the Přemyslid dynasty in the 12th Century.
Vincent Millay was known to garden nude at the Steepletop estate in New York as part of her Bohemian lifestyle.
Marcelli wrote compositions for musical theatre and oratorio including one for the Bohemian Club.
Marcel Marx, a former bohemian and struggling author, has given up his literary ambitions and relocated to the port city Le Havre.
The area underwent gentrification when Bohemian types moved in and purchased homes in the range of $80,000; the same homes cost $300-$400K today.
After proclamation of Czechoslovakia in 1918 its National Assembly undertook legislative duties both of the Imperial Council and State Diets (Bohemian, Moravian, Silesian).
Liga until 2004 before being relegated to the Bohemian Football League (ČFL), the third tier of Czech football.
Zahájí is a village in the South Bohemian Region, and is part of the district České Budějovice in the Czech Republic.
He had the opportunity to play at the legendary Marie's Crisis bohemian club in Greenwich Village.
A perennial "clubman," Dunn was a member of San Francisco's Bohemian Club.
Zdeněk Bárta (15 May 1891 – 1 April 1987) was a Bohemian fencer.
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vacillate - waver (in opinion); fluctuate; sway to and fro; N. vacillation
pious - devout; religious; N. piety
confidant - (confidante) trusted friend (to whom one tells one's secret)
malaise - uneasiness; vague feeling of ill health (without any particular pain or appearance of disease)
dogged - determined; stubborn; stubbornly persevering; tenacious; Ex. Inspector Javert's dogged pursuit of Jean Valjean
martinet - strict disciplinarian; person who demands total obedience to rules and orders; CF. Jean Martinet
mutinous - unruly; rebellious; Ex. mutinous teenagers; N. mutiny: open rebellion; CF. mutineer
piquant - pleasantly tart-tasting; spicy; pleasantly stimulating; Ex. piquant situation when my old enemy asked for my help
immure - imprison; shut up in confinement; CF. wall