In inviting Isabel to reside with her, Lady Lydiard, I repeat, was bound to remember that she was associating
herself with a young gentlewoman.
Neither her ladyship nor the Baron can explain it; and no investigation that we could make has thrown the smallest light on this event, or has justified us in associating
it, directly or indirectly, with the object of our inquiry.
She remembered the time when the house was shut up by associating
it with the time when she was confined to her bed by an attack of sciatica.
I think it's time we gave up associating
with Sara Ray.
The lake on the northern boundary of the estate, famous for its breed of swans, was one of the curiosities of the neighborhood; and the house had a history, associating
it with more than one celebrated Scottish name, which had been written and illustrated by Julius Delamayn.
Miss Price, in rejoinder, congratulated herself upon not being possessed of the envious feeling of other people; whereupon Miss Squeers made some general remark touching the danger of associating
with low persons; in which Miss Price entirely coincided: observing that it was very true indeed, and she had thought so a long time.