noun, plural grants-in-aid.
- grant of probate,
- grant's gazelle,
- grant, cary,
- grant, ulysses s.,
- grant, ulysses simpson,
Origin of grant-in-aid
Examples from the Web for grants-in-aid
The deficiencies were made good by grants-in-aid from the imperial exchequer.
Grants-in-aid are given to other schools where a sufficiently good standard of instruction is maintained.
Poor-rates were mounting, and grants-in-aid would extend impoverishment from the factory districts to the rural.
School fees are charged, and grants-in-aid are made to elementary schools.