Definition of boho
Origin of boho
Words nearby boho
How to use boho in a sentence
The quintessential boho college town, Ithaca is home to Cornell University, Ithaca College, and all of the bars and lively restaurants that go along with them, plus lots of international cuisines.
They came onto the scene in 2004, on the feet of boho-chic English style icons Sienna Miller and Kate Moss.
Surely no Republican was ever so sacred in the pages of the country's best-known boho leftist paper.
Having devolved to Johns vs. Rauschenberg, these two struggling boho talents wound up slumdog millionaires.
And as gay life has moved from boho elitism to near bourgeoisie respectability—who cares more about marriage and religion?
Boho Boris (silly Barbara) was known through the whole district.
Boho Biri being constantly with the Countess, had the full benefit of her eccentricities.