previously used or owned by two successive people.
(loosely) secondhand, especially in poor condition.
obtained through two intermediates successively; twice removed from the original source.
after two other users or owners: He bought the guitar thirdhand.
by way of several intermediate sources; indirectly.
Origin of thirdhand
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All the witnesses could offer were thirdhand accounts or deathbed confessions that came decades after the fact.Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, a Faux Hearing About Alien Encounters
May 2, 2013