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lesser-known

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Definition of lesser-known in English:

adjective

Not as well or widely known as others of the same kind: one of Britain’s lesser-known car manufacturers
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  • Well, beyond all the big names in the California recall race, there are scores of lesser-known candidates.
  • According to the curator, Nivelle Tuli, the idea is to give recognition to lesser-known artists who never got their share of fame.
  • In each lesser-known hockey nation, he discovers the origin of the local game, and meets the eccentric and colourful players.

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