What Dunham finally did say was: "It jumps with all your ideas—all your old talk about not caring to marry a society girl—"
All at once Annette remembered the old talk about Armand and Julie.
You and Connie thought you could fool me with your old talk but you couldnt; I found out all about it.
Have you forgot all our old talk about the prize-ring, the nursery of honour in Old England?'
I can't recollect who she belong to, and her old talk comes back to me now and then.
I hate you, I hate you—with all your old talk about 'brushing up against outside interests'!