boho

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From bohemian

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boho (uncountable)

  1. A bohemian
    • 1988 April 1, Roger Moore, “Silos”, Chicago Reader:
      After all, [] the last thing this country needs is a mannered bunch of Manhattan bohos who use textured harmonics and jingly guitars to create a carpetbagger's vision of the heartland.
  2. A style of female fashion drawing on various bohemian and hippie influences, popular in the mid-first decade of the 21st century
    • 2007 June 21, Ruth La Ferla, “Another Summer of Love”, New York Times:
      In pockets of downtown Manhattan and in cities as far-flung as Miami and Los Angeles, young women in the vanguard are setting aside their trapeze and baby-doll dresses — and as often as not, their drainpipe jeans — in favor of a breezier, more audaciously colorful interpretation of boho chic.

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