- An allusion to flying an airplane at an altitude too low for radar detection. (Wiktionary)
“As a social nonentity, I had long passed under the radar of the Buckley and Collegiate boys who buzzed around Briarwood’s queen bees, my invisibility only accentuated by the baggy jeans and T-shirts that were my standard attire.”
“Bonson, all those years ago, was a very busy man and kept his professional espionage communiqués simple and the codes hiding them even simpler; he knew that was how far under the radar he was, even then.”
Looking for tweets for under the radar.