It was glitz by association, a classic case study on how to package foreign stars as A-list American celebrities.
Treating a woman decently right up to the end of your association with her is the best way to prevent relationship blowback.
Because of that association, pencils are often painted yellow.
According to Maddow, this is not guilt by association, but guilt by choice, and not a smart move for either Palin or her party.
Delta is a Platinum Global Partner, ranking them among the highest-level contributors to the association.
association of ideas is a nursing mother to the fertility of authorship.
It was formed, in fact, by the Articles of association in 1774.
During the year the membership of the association more than doubled.
Her eyes were so blue that but for the association he would have called her Sapphira.
Would our great lords tolerate, even for a few hours, the association with honest fellows of this stamp?
1530s, "action of coming together," from Medieval Latin associationem (nominative associatio), noun of action from past participle stem of associare (see associate). Meaning "a body of persons with a common purpose" is from 1650s. Meaning "mental connection" is from 1680s; that of "quality or thing called to mind by something else" is from 1810.
association as·so·ci·a·tion (ə-sō'sē-ā'shən, -shē-)
A connection of persons, things, or ideas by some common factor; union.
A functional connection of two ideas, events, or psychological phenomena established through learning or experience.