Faded into the woodwork - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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fade into the woodwork
To make oneself inconspicuous. Because I'm on probation, I'm just trying to fade into the woodwork for now.
blend/fade into the ˈwoodwork behave in a way that does not attract any attention; disappear or hide: I decided the best thing to do would be to try and fade into the woodwork and hope that no one noticed me.
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In many countries, inflation has become so low and stable in recent decades that it appears to have faded into the woodwork
. Whereas galloping inflation was once widely viewed as the number one economic problem, today most people -- at least in the developed countries -- hardly ever talk about it or even pay attention to it.
Any PQ interest in improving conditions for precarious workers has faded into the woodwork
. But today the Quebec government (no matter who is in power) faces a combative precarious workers' organization ready to fight for their rights.
Unlike his more recent recommendations to voters, that one faded into the woodwork
. To get noticed in those years, a Texas Republican had to endorse against the strongest political franchise in the state - a career move in the wrong direction.
I mean if I could've faded into the woodwork
I would have.'