lesser-known

lesser-known

adj
less widely known; less famous
Translations

lesser-known

[ˌlesəˈnəʊn] ADJmenos conocido
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Romulo-Puyat said she was elated with the signing of the four laws as it is "on track" with their goal to promote lesser-known destinations in the Philippines.
Apart from the rehabilitated airports, Puyat also attributed the increase of foreign tourists to the promotion of lesser-known but equally promising and attractive destinations.
Summary: The parliamentarian's Twitter posts are often laden with difficult and lesser-known English words.
Seattle, WA, July 02, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The Lesser-Known Players' popular production, Forest Song, which opened to rave reviews last year on Bainbridge Island, made a trip down to Portland, and picked up praise from the Consulate of Ukraine along the way, will wrap up its Pacific Northwest tour with a two-week run July 13-22 at the Erickson Theatre Off-Broadway in Capitol Hill.
The difficult birth of the American nation is often misrepresented in modern political propaganda; The Emergence of One American Nation is an excellent tour of the legendary (and lesser-known) personalities and milestone events that shaped the process.
Famed Russian writer Leo Tolstoy wrestles with questions of aging and mortality in this lesser-known novel.
The Broad Fork: Recipes for the Wide World of Vegetables and Fruits provides recipes based on more than fifty farmers' market vegetables--some two hundred in all--and includes many lesser-known vegetables alongside familiar fare.
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.
In this week's TribCast, Evan, Ross, Elise and Ben discuss Linda Chavez-Thompson and the other lesser-known statewide candidates, the impact of Libertarians at the polls and the choice between paper and plastic when Harris County voters cast their ballots.