- Informal. a liberal, highly educated person who combines a bourgeois, affluent lifestyle with nonconformist values and attitudes.
Origin of bobo
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Josh Wool caught up with the Kansas native at Bobo, one of his favorite West Village restaurants.An Interview with Nickelson Wooster, Menswear Street Style Star and Creative Director of JC Penney
December 7, 2012
I told Bobo that my friend was guilty of the same charge, but Bobo told everybody that only I had done it, and not my friend.
He said that he had never told lies about me, that he wished we were still friends, and that Bobo had spread all the stories.
The infamous Bobo was telling people that I had slept with a hooker.
About 45 families left Bobo for Arkansas, and 15 families went to the North.Negro Migration during the War
Emmett J. Scott
Bobo would have preferred to go alone, but Eskiwin would take no denial.In the Track of the Troops
Padre Bobo gave us much information about the habits of these turtles.The Young Llanero
Bobo” his detractors might call him, or “tonto”—but never “pendejo” nor “traidor.The Gilded Man
He did not appear; it was evident that Bobo was afraid to come into his master's room.Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon