Best fifty positive words that start with B are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
|1. Believe||18. Blare||35. Beefy|
|2. Brave||19. Billow||36. Blazing|
|3. Blessing||20. Bombastic||37. Bonny|
|4. Bodacious||21. Bijou||38. Blossom|
|5. Beautiful||22. Bold||39. Breezy|
|6. Balmy||23. Breakthrough||40. Bullish|
|7. Beaming||24. Bustle||41. Buxom|
|8. Benevolent||25. Buff||42. Blameless|
|9. Burgeon||26. Bow||43. Breathtaking|
|10. Bequest||27. Bosom||44. Brilliant|
|11. Belong||28. Best||45. Bravo|
|12. Big||29. Bliss||46. Balanced|
|13. Bountiful||30. Brainy||47. Blooming|
|14. Bonzer||31. Brill||48. Benign|
|15. Bright||32. Ballsy||49. Backup|
|16. Boon||33. Boundless||50. Bouquet|
|17. Bolster||34. Boffo||51. Brio|
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Believe (Verb) (1150–1200) Trust, have confidence in, accept, rely on, swallow.
They believe that God created the world.
We soon believe what we desire.
2. Brave (Adjective) (1475–85) Fearless, heroic, adventurous, death-or-glory, manful.
Every brave man is a man of his word.
The more you read,the more healthy and brave your spirit will be.
3. Blessing (Noun) (Before 900) God’s favor and protection, good fortune, gift, virtue, benediction.
Health and understanding are the two great blessing of life.
A child may have too much of his mother’s blessing.
4. Bodacious (Adjective) (1835–45) Excellent, brilliant, admirable, attractive, prominent.
It was a bodacious concert!
Dance the night away in these bodacious boots!
5. Beautiful (Adjective) (1865–70) Attractive, pretty, handsome, good-looking, alluring.
Nothing is really beautiful but truth.
Mountains look beautiful from a distance.
6. Balmy (Adjective) (1490–1500) Pleasant, calm, gentle, soft, mild, fragrant.
It’s a balmy evening, the golden time for lovers.
Brilliant blue skies and unseasonably balmy weather prevailed.
7. Beaming (Gerund) (1660–70) Happy, cheerful, smiling, shine, glitter, twinkle.
She was positively beaming with pleasure.
All you see of the outside world is the sunlight beaming through the cracks in the roof.
8. Benevolent (Adjective) (1425–75) Charitable, nonprofit, eleemosynary, good-hearted, kindly, sympathetic.
Deep down inside, you see, I still believed that life was basically benevolent.
A Benevolent Fund has been established and been able to help an increasing number of members facing hardship.
9. Burgeon (Verb) (1275–1325) Expand, accelerate, accumulate, boom, build-up, flourish.
Love burgeoned between them.
Seeds begin to burgeon at the commencement of spring.
10. Bequest (Noun) (1250–1300) Legacy, heritage, birthright, patrimony, estate.
The library has received a generous bequest from a local businessman.
He received a bequest under his grandmother’s will.
11. Belong (Verb) (1595–1605) Acceptance, attachment, affiliation, union, closeness.
I really think that we belong together.
The photos belong in an album.
12. Big (Adjective) (1250–1300) Tremendous, vast, titanic, massive, unlimited.
If everyone could make a big contribution to environmental protection, our home will become much more beautiful.
Parks are a great boon to people in big cities.
13. Bountiful (Adjective) (1500–10) Unselfish, openhanded, beneficent, philanthropic, liberal.
An open mind, a cheerful disposition, enterprising spirit and a bountiful harvest.
The land is bountiful and no one starves.
14. Bonzer (Adjective) (1900–05) Excellent, remarkable, very good, wonderful, first-rate.
If it was such a bonzer idea, why drop it?
I havent seen such a bonzer target to strafe since we was in Gllipoli.
15. Bright (Adjective) (Before 1000) Shining, eye-catching, twinkling, glossy, sparkling.
Young, bright, energetic with strong career-ambition.
Her eyes were bright with tears.
16. Boon (Noun) (1125–75) Advantage, aid, asset, benefit, bonus.
Radio is a boon to the blind.
These machines have proved a real boon to disabled people.
17. Bolster (Noun) (Before 1000) Support, boost, cushion, rest, pillow.
He tried to bolster up their morale.
More money is needed to bolster the industry.
18. Blare (Verb) (1400–50) Blast, sound loudly, roar, announce, release.
A blare of sunlight flooded the room as he opened the shutters.
The blare of the speaker burst upon our ears.
19. Billow (Noun) (1545–55) A large sea wave, rising and fall, flow, rolling, breaker.
The white sails billow with the breezes they catch.
An angry billow almost swallowed that ship.
20. Bombastic (Adjective) (1695–1705) Windy, blustering, high-flown, high-sounding, inflated, pretentious.
He is best known for three rather bombastic poems.
The candidate spoke in a bombastic way of all that he would do if elected.
21. Bijou (Noun) (1660–70) Jewel, something small.
Can Chinese be persuaded to pay for bijou cars?
Don’t worry about Bijou .
22. Bold (Adjective) (Before 1000) Adventurous, confident, fearless, daring, enterprising.
A bold attempt is half success.
She was a bold and fearless climber.
23. Breakthrough (Noun) (1915–20) Advancement, enhancement, progress, development, step in the right direction.
Scientists are claiming a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer.
We have achieved a real breakthrough in the search for peace.
24. Bustle (Verb) (1615–25) Active, energetic, lively, hurry, rush, sweep.
Tell the children to bustle up.
I love the hustle and bustle of the marketplace.
25. Buff (Verb) (1900–05) Polish, clean, burnish, shine, smooth, wipe.
She was wearing a buff uniform.
Next morning when I arrived there were two new buff folders on my desk.
26. Bow (Noun) (Before 900) Express thanks by bending one’s head respectfully, bob, salaam.
Time does not bow to you, you must bow to time.
He refused to bow down before the king.
27. Bosom (Adjective) (Before 1000) Close, intimate, faithful, loving, special, dear.
A bosom friend afar brings a distant land near.
They were welcomed into the bosom of the Church.
28. Best (Adjective) (Before 900) Top, excellence, supreme, chief, of the highest quality.
The best hearts are always the bravest.
Attack is the best form of defense.
29. Bliss (Noun) (Before 1000) Glory, supreme happiness, heavenly joy, beatitude, above.
The first six months of marriage were sheer bliss.
Swimming on a hot day is sheer bliss.
30. Brainy (Adjective) (1835–45) Clever, intelligent, bright, intellectual, smart.
Some people are born brainy.
Her children are all very brainy.
31. Brill (Adjective) (1475–85) Excellent, marvellous.
What a brill idea!
You should buy this CD – it’s brill!
32. Ballsy (Adjective) (1955–60) Tough and courageous, aggressive, daring.
Obama did exactly the right thing here and in fact kind of a ballsy thing.
It was ballsy of him to reinforce his determination to overhaul healthcare.
33. Boundless (Adjective) (1585–95) Endless, never-ending, immeasurable, infinite, everlasting.
He is a man of apparently boundless optimism.
She has boundless energy and enthusiasm.
34. Boffo (Adjective) (1943) Success, highly effective, boss, brave, fantastic.
He gave a boffo performance as Cyrano.
For years he was a boffo box office certainty.
35. Beefy (Adjective) (1735–45) Muscular, strong, powerful, heavy, well built.
Amanda and Tina were both beefy, sporty types.
He’s big and beefy.
36. Blazing (Adjective) (1350–1400) Shine, furious, raging, beam, be radiant.
Within minutes the whole building was blazing.
The sun was blazing down that afternoon.
37. Bonny (Adjective) (1425–75) Awesome, beautiful, attractive, handsome, pretty, gorgeous, good-looking.
Her baby has bonny and bright blue eyes.
I must say, love, you’re looking very bonny!
38. Blossom (Verb) (Before 900) Develop, grow, prosper, mature, progress, evolve.
Life without love is like a tree without blossom of fruit.
The cherry tree was covered in blossom.
39. Breezy (Adjective) (1710–20) Windy, fresh, airy, blowy, cheerful, free and easy.
It was a bright, breezy day.
She’s a woman with a lot of breezy charm.
40. Bullish (Adjective) (1560–70) Optimistic, spirited, hopeful, positive, confident.
The market opened in a bullish mood.
Even now, he is bullish about the company’s future.
41. Buxom (Adjective) (1125–75) Cheerful, ample, healthy, plump, lively.
A buxom woman wears a tall hat.
When we call a girl buxom we mean that she is fat.
42. Blameless (Adjective) (1350–1400) Innocent, pure, perfect, moral, faultless.
The women had made every effort to lead blameless lives.
He has been investigated and found blameless.
43. Breathtaking (Adjective) (1875–80) Astonishing, exciting, amazing, thrillingly beautiful, remarkable.
The view from the top of the mountain is breathtaking.
Her beauty was breathtaking.
44. Brilliant (Adjective) (1675–85) Bright, shining, beaming, glorious, awesome.
The plant has a brilliant purple flower.
The sky sparkled with brilliant stars.
45. Bravo (Noun) (1755–65) Well done, good for you, congratulations, take a bow encore.
“Bravo, Rena! You’re right,” the students said.
Welcome to US, people who have dreams are all bravo.
46. Balanced (Adjective) (1585–95) Unbiased, fair, equal, right, stable.
I have to prove myself as a respectable, balanced, person.
It is important to have a balanced, healthy diet .
47. Blooming (Adjective or Adverb) (1350–1400) Glowing, flourishing, prospering, succeed, blossom.
May flowers were blooming everywhere.
A happy heart makes a blooming visage.
48. Benign (Adjective) (1275–1325) Gentle, kindly, safe, harmless, not harmful to the environment.
They are normally a more benign audience.
We are looking for an environmentally benign alternative to bleach.
49. Backup (Noun) (1775–85) Additional resources, reserves, support, aid, assistance.
Always have a backup plan.
A good backup team might help as well!
50. Bouquet (Noun) (1710–20) A bunch of flowers, compliment, congratulations, applause, aroma, smell.
He sent her a large bouquet of wildflowers.
Her wedding bouquet consisted of roses and ivy.
51. Brio (Noun) (1725–35) Vigor, sparkle, spirit, energy, get-up-and-go.
She told her story with some brio.
Great Groups almost always have this quality of youthful brio.