From the horse’s mouth
(idiom) (of information) from the person directly concerned or another authoritative source
‘From the horse’s mouth’ Origin
- The horse’s teeth can tell you the horse’s age and the health of the horse. A smart horse trader or buyer could get all the information he needed from “the horse’s mouth”. That is, directly, without hearing the ‘truth’ from anyone else.
‘From the horse’s mouth’ in a sentence
- As a result, she decided to quit ‘Kumkum Bhagya’! We are yet to hear the exact story from the horse’s mouth.
- Upon hearing this news from the horse’s mouth Rochelle started crying.
- But, now it comes from the horse’s mouth directly. Director Rajamouli has said that Madhuri is not a part of the second Bahubali project.
- And what better way than to get it directly from the horse’s mouth?
- Well, that’s pretty much coming from the horse’s mouth.
From the horse’s mouth: Narendra Modi recites the story of his life