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received directly from a source
firsthand, at first handadverb
from the original source; directly
"I heard this story firsthand"
Direct, without intermediate stages.
The numerical value of firsthand in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of firsthand in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of firsthand in a Sentence
I trust Dylan McCall, I know Dylan McCall, and I am attached to her experiences. Celebrities are cool, but I can't relate to them as much. Hearing it from Braxton firsthand really made the difference.
Like many of you, I have experienced the firsthand effects of Covid-19 -- not only as a patient -- but as a worried mother and wife. I know there are many people who have lost loved ones or know people who have been forever impacted by this silent enemy.
The administration's decree to unilaterally expand federal authority is a raw and tyrannical power grab that will crush jobs, these leaders know firsthand that the rule is being shoved down the throats of hardworking people with no input, and places landowners, small businesses, farmers, and manufacturers on the road to a regulatory and economic hell.
Raul Juarez/Congresswoman-Elect Dlia Ramirez:
I am the wife of a DACA recipient. I am the daughter of Guatemalan working immigrants. I know firsthand the challenges and constant fear our families live every single day, we have to end this.
The Royal Society of Medicine:
Post election violence was experienced firsthand as neighbor turned on neighbor, communities were destroyed and the media in some cases became the focus of mob rage, the deeply traumatic nature of this exposure to violence is highlighted by the fact that seven years on from the rioting and mayhem, prominent symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety remain.
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