Grandfathered in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Grandfathered

exempt from a new law or regulation because of an old rule or existing account

Examples of Grandfathered in a sentence

The minimum employee age was raised from 18 to 21, but those under 21 who were already working at the casino were grandfathered in. 🔊

In 1920, major league baseball outlawed the spitball but grandfathered in some exempted players who had built their careers on the pitch.  🔊

Although the company did away with their unlimited data offers, customers who had been getting unlimited internet were grandfathered into keeping their plans. 🔊

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