She told them that her grandfather had been a victim of gun violence.
"Right now the family is in mourning," Cass's grandfather, Walter Laro, told the AP.
This is not our grandfather's world (nor our fathers' for that matter).
“My grandfather, Bruno Fischer, was a pulp fiction writer who supported the family doing it,” said Ernst.
Fabiani denied having possessed any of them, including the ones he himself had returned to my grandfather.
Yes, I had it in the blood, on account of my grandfather, I suppose.
Then I again regretted my grandfather's too distinguishing goodness to me.
I've got the grandfather of all headaches, and I won't be able to think straight for a week.
Maria had warned her not to waken her grandfather, so she admired it in whispers.
grandfather had such respect for her judgment that I knew he would not go against her.
early 15c., from grand (adj.) + father (n.), probably on analogy of French grand-père. Replaced grandsire and Old English ealdefæder. Grandfather clause originally (1900) referred to exemptions from post-Reconstruction voting restrictions in the U.S. South for men whose forebears had voted before the Civil War. Grandfather clock is c.1880, from the popular song; they were previously known as tall case clocks or eight-day clocks.
To give someone a special status or privilege because of service before the time a new or definitive arrangement is made: Some farmers just got grandfathered in, that's true
[1900+; fr the grandfather clause often written into new arrangements in order to be fair to older incumbents or practitioners; the date indicates the earliest instance of grandfather clause]