Definition of Jack kennedy

1. Noun. 35th President of the United States; established the Peace Corps; assassinated in Dallas (1917-1963).


Lexicographical Neighbors of Jack Kennedy

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Jacinth
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Jack-a-Lent
Jack-a-Lents
Jack-go-to-bed-at-noon
Jack-of-all-trades
Jack-tar
Jack Benny
Jack Dempsey
Jack Frost
Jack Kennedy
Jack Kerouac
Jack Ketch
Jack Lemmon
Jack London
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Jack Nicklaus
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Jack O'Lantern
Jack O'Lanterns
Jack Pudding
Jack Roosevelt Robinson
Jack Russell terrier
Jack Russell terriers
Jack Tar

Literary usage of Jack kennedy

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jr. 1960-1999: Memorial Tributes in the 106th edited by Strom Thurmond (2001)
"When asked a while back how, in the light of his father's posthumously revealed promiscuity, jack kennedy would have tolerated today's fierce press scrutiny ..."

2. Report of the Trial of William Kilfoyle, Upon the Charge of Killing Mary by William Kilfoyle, James Mongan (1832)
"... I did not hear that there was such a thing; I went to the fair to buy steel for my tools; I bought it from jack kennedy; jack kennedy has a son Ned; ..."

3. Telecommunications Free Trade Zones: Crafting a Model for Local Exchange ...by Terrence L. Barnich, Craig M. Clausen, Calvin S. Monson by Terrence L. Barnich, Craig M. Clausen, Calvin S. Monson (1992)
"... CHICAGO — Information systems executive jack kennedy sees a disaster In the making but can't do anything to prevent it Kennedy, a senior vice-president ..."

4. Lineage Book by Daughters of the American Revolution (1899)
"EFFIE RANKIN jack kennedy. 9006 Born in Ohio. Wife of John W. Kennedy. Descendant of Gen. William Jack, of Pennsylvania. Daughter of Capt. ..."

5. A Brief for the Trial of Criminal Cases by Austin Abbott, William Constantine Beecher (1902)
"App.) 67 SW 648, where the remark, "Little jack kennedy (defendant) shot him, and there he goes," made by a bystander after the homicide, was held not to be ..."

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