— 505 —
Secondly, to do it with quickness.
      §24. Secondly, Men fail of conveying their Thoughts, with all the
quickness and ease that may be, when they have complex Ideas,
without having distinct names for them. This is sometimes the
Fault of the Language it self, which has not in it a Sound yet apply’d
to such a Signification: and sometimes the Fault of the Man, who
has not yet learn’d the name for that Idea he would shew another.
Locke Hum III, 10, §24, p. 505