Poverty of Words

For a poverty of words naturally makes men sublime in expression, weighty in conception, and acute in understanding much in brief expression, which are the three most beautiful virtues of language.

Ist New Science, Book III, Chapter 1, New Principles of Mythology and Etymology, sec. 249

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