low profile

or low posture


a deliberately inconspicuous, modest, or anonymous manner.

Origin of low profile

First recorded in 1970–75

OTHER WORDS FROM low profile

low-pro·file, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for low-profile

low profile


  1. a position or attitude characterized by a deliberate avoidance of prominence or publicity
  2. (as modifier)a low-profile approach

adjective low-profile

(of a tyre) wide in relation to its height
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Idioms and Phrases with low-profile

low profile

see keep a low profile.

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