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low profile

noun
1.
a deliberately inconspicuous, modest, or anonymous manner.
Also, low posture.
Origin
1970-1975
1970-75
Related forms
low-profile, adjective
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Examples from the web for low profile
  • Garrison is expected to maintain a low profile during what is the highlight of the university's academic year.
  • The low profile tires hold less air and thus need checking and refilling more often.
  • With its low profile, however, this unit takes a backseat to the typical exercise bike as a practical place to drip-dry clothes.
  • It also ignores the basics of any perpetrator keep a low profile, and opt for the simplest technique.
  • Errors will be huge for such a low profile in skeleton.
  • Of course, in a era of high unemployment and economic distemper, keeping a low profile makes political sense.
  • Wolverine is a medium-sized toy manufacturer with a low profile.
  • All the same, since the war the rich kept a prudently low profile.
  • Maintaining a low profile is the best way stay off out of harm's way.
  • From that point on he was forced to keep a low profile.
British Dictionary definitions for low profile

low profile

noun
1.
  1. a position or attitude characterized by a deliberate avoidance of prominence or publicity
  2. (as modifier): a low-profile approach
adjective
2.
(of a tyre) wide in relation to its height
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Slang definitions & phrases for low profile

low profile

adjective

: a low-profile discreetness

noun phrase

Inconspicuousness; recessiveness; modesty: He thought he'd do better with a low profile the first year or so (1960s+)

Related Terms

keep a low profile


The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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Idioms and Phrases with low profile

low profile

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