lesser-known

lesser-known

adj
less widely known; less famous
Translations

lesser-known

[ˌlesəˈnəʊn] ADJmenos conocido
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Famed Russian writer Leo Tolstoy wrestles with questions of aging and mortality in this lesser-known novel.
Kia dealership in Regina, Saskatchewan posts new informational pages to help drivers learn about lesser-known models
This film, from 1972, is of value since it is one of the lesser-known star vehicles from Oscar winner Jack Nicholson, who grasps the chance to play against type.
Her debut album sold more than a million copies but this is something different - a collection of lesser-known songs from the 70s.
Summary: A lesser-known plant chemical found in orange and dark green vegetables may help prevent deaths from heart disease and cancer.
Dowdy, an archivist for the Memphis Public Library, shares what he has found in manuscript collections, archival newspapers, and historic maps and photos about the lesser-known history and culture of Memphis.
Jonathan Summerley, Hancocks' senior buyer, said more people were looking for own-label and lesser-known brands that were perceived to represent value.
This could be a [rebirth] for some of our lesser-known Presidents.
Here lesser-known patriots are surveyed in a series of five books exploring their bravery in the face of war.
Enjoy an overview of his vocal works, his masterpieces, and his principal instrumental works in a guide which pairs two full-length CDs of music with a critical survey of both popular and lesser-known works.
98) brings out lesser-known tracks and videos from the recently reunited Public Enemy.
The lesser-known folk songs like "The Galway Piper" and "O Waly Waly" still prove Kevereffs talent for beautiful melody over interesting accompaniments.