the legal privilege to use property based on descendants’ use; also called nonconforming rights , also written grandfather rights
[gran-fah-th er-lee, grand-] /ˈgrænˌfɑ ðər li, ˈgrænd-/ adjective 1. of or characteristic of a . /ˈɡrænˌfɑːðəlɪ; ˈɡrænd-/ adjective 1. of, resembling, or suitable to a grandfather, esp in being kindly adj. 1824, from grandfather + -ly (1).
- Grandfather rights
noun phrase See grandfathered rights
[French grahn fœ] /French grɑ̃ ˈfœ/ noun, Ceramics. 1. a firing of ceramics at a high temperature. 2. the category of ceramic colors fired at high temperature.
noun 1. the concluding portion of a performance or entertainment, as a musical show, rodeo, etc., usually spectacular and involving most or all of the prior participants.