below–the–radar

adjective be·low–the–ra·dar

Definition of below–the–radar

  1. :  not prominent, widely noticed, or well-known … the contemporary below-the-radar hip-hop scene in South-central Los Angeles. — Publishers Weekly, 3 Apr. 2000 Gershon plays the leader of a below-the-radar girl group … — Diane Vadino, Spin, November 2003 The Internet has created an almost limitless battlefield for below-the-radar attacks. — Michael Isikoff et al., Newsweek, 21 Jan. 2008

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First Known Use of below–the–radar

1992


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