fly under (the/someone's) radar

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fly under (the/someone's) radar

To go without being noticed, detected, or addressed. A: "Have you heard this band's latest album?" B: "I didn't even know it was out, it must have flown under my radar." Every year, the government promises to do something about the homelessness problem, yet every year it seems to fly under the radar again.
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But while we continue to fly under the radar, all signs are pointing towards an incredibly positive season.
"There are obviously going to be a lot of golfers feeling more pressure than me so I guess I can fly under the radar.
While Paris Jackson maintains a more public profile with a modeling career, as well as fronting her band the Soundflowers, her two brothers fly under the radar.
The PTI is in power of the country now, not just a province, where such half-hearted attempts could fly under the radar and left room for mistakes.
He admits he's happy to fly under the radar, with all the focus on Eve Muirhead's women's team, bronze medallists in Sochi four years ago and tipped for an upgrade this time.
THOMAS O'WARE was happy for Morton to fly under the radar as title dark horses last season.
IF CHESTER wanted to fly under the radar a little in the National League this season then giving 22 of their rivals a one-game start was ideal, writes Phil Agius.
Grayson admitted he changed his name to fly under the radar and launch his law firm 18 months ago.
Hurley said he likes to fly under the radar with his business; something that was challenged when he bought the building that once housed Brenda's Bigger Burger in Fayetteville.
IF Health Minister Leo Varadkar thought diverting a third of the budget for mental health services elsewhere would fly under the radar, he was sorely mistaken.
Sources say Jutting - awaiting trial for allegedly knifing two sex workers to death in his apartment - is so terrified of beatings he uses his middle name "George" to fly under the radar.
People in the process of losing their religion may not he able to fly under the radar as easily as they used to, now that Churchix is here.
But the Wales World Cup star (left) believes the Giants are continuing to fly under the radar. The 26-year-old - who is on a season-long loan from the Giants, with Jack Hughes having made the opposite move - is set to face his parent club at the John Smith's Stadium on Sunday.
Forbes, however, hopes that come round two in Dubai this Friday and Saturday, New Zealand will fly under the radar to steal their sixth title with all the fanfare surrounding other teams.
"It's fun almost because no one expects anything from you and you have no pressure and you can just play so well," Williams said of Makarova's desire to fly under the radar. "But if she continues to win she won't be low profile.