Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), Crome Yellow
, Chapter IV:
"You have a bad habit of quoting," said Anne. "As I never know the context or author, I find it humiliating."
Denis apologized. "It's the fault of one's education. Things somehow seem more real and vivid when one can apply somebody else's ready-made phrase about them. And then there are lots of lovely names and words—Monophysite, Iamblichus, Pomponazzi; you bring them out triumphantly, and feel you've clinched the argument with the mere magical sound of them. That's what comes of the higher education."