Definition of under the radar
not getting attention : unnoticed
This under-the-radar Sri Lankan-inspired restaurant is truly a hidden gem.
To fully appreciate her as an artist, you have to see one of the low-key, under-the-radar cabaret gigs in her native New York.
The Democratic contest has been largely an under-the-radar race.
It took a delicate, below-the-radar diplomatic mission by Lott to end the stalemate.
He has, until recently, been a somewhat beneath-the-radar figure.
- under your feet idiom
- under your nose idiom
- under your own steam idiom
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— Under the Radar (@Under_Radar_Mag) September 28, 2022