Kennedy style means: Adverb To ride in a convertible car, with the top down and the windows open. This is done to reduce air turbulence or blowback, raise the temperature of the seat compartments and cut road noise. This term was invented by Mark Harlan, poker writer; it refers to John F. Kennedy riding his convertible parade with the top down and windows open. Ironically, Kennedy was not on his parade convertible with the top down and the windows up when he was assassinated. Sometimes abbreviated to “Kennedy.” “. (in Community Dictionary, added by Arturo Todd)

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  • Adverb To ride in a convertible car, with the top down and the windows open. This is done to reduce air turbulence or blowback, raise the temperature of the seat compartments and cut road noise. In the middle 60’s, poker writer Mark “The Red” Harlan coined the term to refer to John F. Kennedy riding his convertible parade car with the windows open and the top down. Ironically, Kennedy was riding Kennedy-style on the day of his assassination. All the windows were down. Sometimes abbreviated to “Kennedy.” “. (in Community Dictionary, added by Eugenio Ramírez)