And I don't know this first-hand, but some people just have to do too much in too short a period of time.
While most books are about swashbuckling in the days of yore, this one is a first-hand account of modern piracy.
As time progressed, her essays became a collection, and now, a first-hand look into the life of being an Ephron.
A first-hand witness to such chaos, “Elle” has been married to a sex addict for years.
He also has first-hand experience with the ravages of addiction: His own stepson has been arrested on drug charges.
I hoped in this way to get some first-hand information about the feminine side of affairs.
Certainly I learned less of his ways from first-hand knowledge.
Here, on the other hand, is a case of which I have direct and first-hand knowledge.
Mr. Steffens came to the subject with a first-hand knowledge of politics.
What a difference some first-hand experience with what you were talking about, did make with what you said.
also first-hand, first hand, 1690s, from the image of the "first hand" as the source or origin of something.