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Bloomsbury

[ bloomz-buh-ree, -bree ]
/ ˈblumz bə ri, -bri /
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noun
a residential and academic district in London, N of the Thames and Charing Cross. Artists, writers, and students living there have given it a reputation as an intellectual center.
adjective
of or relating to a group of artists and writers who flourished in the early decades of the 20th century and were associated with the Bloomsbury section of London.
of, pertaining to, following, or imitating the cultural and intellectual pursuits, interests, or opinions characteristic of this group.
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British Dictionary definitions for Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury
/ (ˈbluːmzbərɪ, -brɪ) /

noun
a district of central London in the borough of Camden: contains the British Museum, part of the University of London, and many publishers' offices
adjective
relating to or characteristic of the Bloomsbury Group
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