1. unknown to most people
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How To Use little-known In A Sentence

  • The final episode of this hard-hitting series delves into little-known horrors behind history. The Sun
  • He backed his little-known horses in fierce ante-post bets. The Sun
  • They also offer a look into little-known innovations, such as precision artillery shells for howitzers developed for the US Army.
  • We even visited the walkway at night with the good fortune of looking down on one of the rarest birds of our trip, a brown nightjar, a not too distant relative of our whippoorwill, but a very rare and little-known bird.
  • We discovered a little-known mountain area near Ohau, and did a walk up the Temple valley which turned out quite exciting.
  • The techniques of boodling were little-known and regarded with a certain awe by the mid - nineteenth-century public. The Hacker Crackdown
  • The Aymara were the members of a great but little-known culture of the Americas centered in the ancient city of Tiahuanaco. - Articles related to Spain Hit by Strike Over Austerity Measures
  • It is a little-known fact that Laura owned a greyhound at the age of eleven.
  • Locals run a little-known homestay — where you get to learn about Tai Dam culture and history and join in village life.
  • So I can imagine there may be some who also feel wary about a little-known process that has been in place for years. Times, Sunday Times
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