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Are you aware that every word in the English dictionary has an equivalent?

Based on my title, are you aware that every word in the English dictionary has an equivalent? What I want to point out. For example the letter "A" is equivalent to number "1" and letter "B" is number "2" and so on up to letter "Z" is equivalent to number "26".

So, in view of this, every word if you are going do some simple arithmetic, you have to compare a word to a number. For example, the word "happy" is equivalent to "8+1+16+16+25 = 66. So, being happy is not an issue to be successful. So, my point is try to look for more words in the English dictionary that has an equivalent of 100%. There are two words available with 100% equivalent.

For more information about what I want to, you can visit this link https://hubpages.com/business/A-to-Z-is-equal-to-1-to-26


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MegL wrote on November 8, 2019, 1:10 PM

That's interesting but why does a large number equal success? Success has a number of 19 + 21 +3+3 + 5 + 19 + 19 = 89 and Successful seems to have a number equivalent of 89 + 6 + 21 + 12 = 128

luisga814 wrote on November 15, 2019, 10:14 PM

That is a good observation. However, my observation is for a stand alone word only and not a compound word. What I mean is successful is a compound word "success" + "full" but because of the law of irrelevancy, then remove the "l". Hope I might help.