You might want to have a look at the following article:
Configure and Manage Stopwords and Stoplists for Full-Text Search (Microsoft Docs)
To prevent a full-text index from becoming bloated, SQL Server has a mechanism that discards commonly occurring strings that do not help the search. These discarded strings are called stopwords. During index creation, the Full-Text Engine omits stopwords from the full-text index. This means that full-text queries will not search on stopwords.
It contains a general overview of how stoplists work and references a further article that goes on to explain how you can modify stoplists to achieve what you are looking for:
ALTER FULLTEXT STOPLIST (Transact-SQL) (Microsoft Docs)
Inserts or deletes a stop word in the default full-text stoplist of the current database.
The syntax of the command is as follows:
ALTER FULLTEXT STOPLIST stoplist_name
ADD [N] 'stopword' LANGUAGE language_term
'stopword' LANGUAGE language_term
| ALL LANGUAGE language_term