Ambiguity in language
A lot of people have already complained about the phenonmenon of
ambiguity and imprecise nature of human language. Not only lexical
paradox but ambiguity in general: sayĆ­ng something but meaning the opposite or ideas not expressed in words but implied. For example if you say: I broke my leg. It can also mean I took a sledgehammer...Now who is the agent?

This ambiguity or analogue nature of human language is indeed superior to any digital or mathematical language. Anything which is digital although precise, congruent or literal robs language of its power and beauty. It is a reduction to a digital mode of numbers and doesn't allow the use of metaphor a powerful component of natural languages.