a deliberately inconspicuous, modest, or anonymous manner.
- Also low pos·ture [loh-pos-cher] /ˈloʊ ˈpɒs tʃər/
- low-pro·file, adjective
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How to use low profile in a sentence
Make sure your mount has a low profile design and thin side profile.
Halley suggests Ma is voluntarily “choosing to keep an extremely low profile while he lets the people who work for him work with the regulators to come to an acceptable conclusion.”Is Jack Ma missing? The rumors alone represent a chilling new message from Beijing | claychandler | January 5, 2021 | Fortune
It’s designed to be low profile and finished with a stylish glass top, making it the way to go if you have aesthetics on your mind.Best soundbar: immersive sound for your home entertainment center | PopSci Commerce Team | December 18, 2020 | Popular-Science
I’m just going to do my best to help out however I can while keeping a low profile.Outbreak at Oklahoma has Sooners welcoming back a familiar face: Bob Stoops | Des Bieler | December 2, 2020 | Washington Post
During his marathon rehabilitation, Durant left the Warriors for the Brooklyn Nets, celebrated his 31st and 32nd birthdays and mostly kept a low profile.Remember Kevin Durant? The best player in the East is back for the Brooklyn Nets | Ben Golliver | November 30, 2020 | Washington Post
And though Wright kept a low profile for almost a year, he managed to solicit “Jane Doe” on online escort pages.
Neither Schwend nor Spitz maintained a low profile in the ruins of Munich and they soon attracted attention.
Besides a disappointingly vague press release, Beyoncé has kept a low profile following the scandal.Beyoncé’s ‘Flawless’ Lyrics Tease Her Elevator Drama with Jay Z | Amy Zimmerman | August 5, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Like most graffiti artists, she keeps a low profile and her identity is a secret.Who Is Bambi, the Artist Behind Kim Kardashian’s Wedding-Gift Portrait? | Justin Jones | June 4, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Though she had kept a low profile over the last few decades, Yeager recently had been thrown back into the spotlight.
Ramshorn, ramz′horn, n. a semicircular work of low profile in the ditch of a fortified place: an ammonite: a fossil cephalopod.
British Dictionary definitions for low profile
a position or attitude characterized by a deliberate avoidance of prominence or publicity
(as modifier): a low-profile approach
(of a tyre) wide in relation to its height
- Compare high profile
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Other Idioms and Phrases with low profile
see keep a low profile.
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