By one's self; with bodily presence; not by representative.(noun)
Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
Use "in-person" in a sentence
"Had he had what I suppose we should now call an in-person affair, or four or five, the evidence would have been harder to come by, as his partners -- assuming they consented to the involvement -- would have more of a stake in privacy and be less able to cast themselves as mere recipients of a freakish attention."
"Eventually, hello gained acceptance as a perfectly polite greeting for in-person meetings in English."
"The putative targets of photo ID and proof-of-citizenship laws are alleged perpetrators of registration and in-person voter impersonation fraud."