underpublicized

adjective
un·​der·​pub·​li·​cized | \ˌən-dər-ˈpə-blə-ˌsīzd \

Definition of underpublicized 

: insufficiently publicized

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Smaller municipalities have tried curbside collection programs, but most go underpublicized and unused. Alden Wicker, Newsweek, "Fast Fashion Is Creating an Environmental Crisis," 1 Sep. 2016 The underpublicized fact is that Donald Trump ran against a complacent, biased, flabby, leftist media that had whitewashed the failures of the U.S. political class for decades. Conrad Black, National Review, "As the Mockery Dwindles," 6 Sep. 2017 Players in women’s leagues in Europe and elsewhere remain distinct second-class citizens, their games underpublicized and spottily attended. Michael Powell, New York Times, "In Brazil, Where Men’s Soccer Once Was King, the Women’s Game Rules," 10 Aug. 2016

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1966, in the meaning defined above

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