fall off the radar


: to stop being noticed or talked about
an actor who has fallen off the radar

Examples of fall off the radar in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Neglecting social channels means these leaders also fall off the radar of potential customers, too. Heather Kelly, Forbes, 27 Dec. 2022 But after some demos and news releases during the mid-teens, the technology seemed to fall off the radar. Jonathan M. Gitlin, Ars Technica, 15 Sep. 2022 Lacking a crystal ball, and wary of investing too heavily in protection against variants that could soon fall off the radar, vaccine makers are proceeding tentatively. Charles Schmidt, Scientific American, 14 Jan. 2022 With so many other pressing problems that need attention, things can just fall off the radar. Angus Chen, STAT, 10 Dec. 2021

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“Fall off the radar.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fall%20off%20the%20radar. Accessed 23 Sep. 2023.

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