They point to her credibility – lying on a 10-year-old asylum application and associating with the wrong people.
He receives the occasional visitor, but many of his family and friends fear that associating with him could be dangerous.
He reportedly has been associating with a high-ranking member of the Yamaguchi-gumi who is also on the US black list.
After all, Pepsi became a world-leading brand not on its actual virtues, but by associating it with a better, happier life.
Afterwards, associating herself with another young lady, to whom she was tenderly attached, she succeeded better.
associating with the Professor improves any man's vocabulary, in spite of themselves.
They do not separate the man from his work, but insist on associating him with it.
It could be shown that he had been associating with those who had engaged in the plot.
She was associating this tragedy with herself—as part of her life, her fate.
His daughters might amuse the children, but as to associating with Mrs. Caldwell, that was absurd!
1530s, from associate (adj.).
early 15c., "allied, connected, paired," from Latin associatus, past participle of associare (see associate (v.)).