underpublicized

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underpublicized

(ˌʌndəˈpʌblɪˌsaɪzd) or

underpublicised

adj
lacking publicity
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FREE PS212 THREE million couples are missing out on an easy, but underpublicised, tax break launched last April.
Interestingly, SEALs awarded to the Dok Dao Gallery's textiles after a voluntary application of the company's owners have been utterly underpublicised as promotional devices in contrast to the Crafts Prize.
(61) The availability heuristic could explain why judged frequencies of highly publicised causes of death (e.g., accidents, homicides, fires, tornadoes, and cancer) were relatively overestimated and underpublicised causes (e.g., diabetes, stroke, asthma, and tuberculosis) were underestimated.
The historic importance of Liverpool's maritime past is grossly underpublicised and the city has never done enough to recognise those men who lost their lives in the Battle of the Atlantic.
And just to underline the underpublicised side of his subject, Michael Aspel talked about Winner's campaign to honour police officers who die in the line of duty - which he launched following the murder of WPC Yvonne Fletcher outside the Libyan Embassy.