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Words nearby low profile
Origin of low profile
OTHER WORDS FROM low profilelow-pro·file, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for low-profile
In the past decade, Banksy has skyrocketed from low-profile renegade to media darling.
A low-profile and entourage-less John McCain, iPhone to his ear, wandered alone down the sidewalk.
The two DJs have since returned to work in low-profile positions.Kate Suicide Nurse Note: "Make Australian DJs Pay My Mortgage"|Tom Sykes|April 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We did this in a low-profile manner, because we didn't want parties either in Israel or abroad to thwart the move.
The members of that small subcommittee included Obama, then a low-profile South Side state senator.
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
Idioms and Phrases with low-profile
see keep a low profile.