(v.) To let someone keep doing something that's been banned or discontinued, because they were granted this right before the ban was imposed. To make an exception for a veteran and let him keep doing things the old way. Used in the past participle.
You can't get a license to drive a 200cc motorcycle here nowadays, but you'll still see old Smokey riding his around. He's grandfathered.
A thin, sorry excuse for facial hair consisting of a few scraggly, individually visible hairs scattered above a man's upper lip. Typically seen on teenage boys who can't yet grow a full moustache, and on men from ethnic backgrounds that typically have sparse facial hair. Pathetic for the same reasons as a comb-over, and very low class.
Jimbob's luck changed one day when he shaved off his mullet and his Mexican moustache. Someplace called him back for a job interview that wasn't a gas station.