Semper Fi Word Theorem

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    Ok, this comes from misspelling words constantly, because I've been following my theorem. Basically, this states that every suffix is applicable to at least every adjective. The suffix "ness" in particular.

    Let's, for example, look at the color red. This is the color red. This is also red, but lacks "redness," as though it is red, it is not the focal point of red, therefore it has less "redness". Get it? The suffix "ness" should be able to be applied to every adjective, bigness, smallness, redness, brightness, etc. If the gist of the adjective and the suffix "ness" is comprehendable, then it should be considered a word and authorized for use.

    Also, the prefixes "pre" and "post" should also be applicable. This is pre-red This is redThis is post-red, or vice-versa depending on which way you follow the color spectrum.

    That's all I have to say about that for now.
     

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