Best fifty positive words that start with F are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
|1. Faith||18. Fabulous||35. Fit|
|2. Focus||19. Flexible||36. Fain|
|3. Freedom||20. Fair||37. Fluent|
|4. Forgive||21. Fond||38. Fun|
|5. Fertile||22. Flourishing||39. Fraternal|
|6. Fascinate||23. Fortunate||40. Futuristic|
|7. Friend||24. Fragrant||41. Fortitude|
|8. Fortified||25. Full||42. Fellowship|
|9. Fruitful||26. Fearless||43. Feel|
|10. Flamboyant||27. Fancy||44. Fervent|
|11. Fresh||28. Foresight||45. Festive|
|12. Fame||29. Fast||46. Feature|
|13. Finesse||30. Forward||47. Forever|
|14. Fulfill||31. Frank||48. Frisky|
|15. Fine||32. Feasible||49. Fantasy|
|16. Fantastic||33. Felicity||50. Forthright|
|17. Favorable||34. Fundamental||51. Fidelity|
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1.Faith (Noun) (1200–50) Belief, trust, hope, optimism, confidence.
Faith will move mountains.
Love asks faith, and faith asks firmness.
2. Focus (Noun) (1635–45) Center of attention, emphasis, concentration, priority, point.
Focus on small goals instead of big ones.
Our primary focus this term will be on group work.
3. Freedom (Noun) (before 900) Independence, self-rule, individualism, autonomy, liberty.
Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness.
Money won’t create success, the freedom to make it will.
4. Forgive (Verb) (before 900) Stop feeling angry, let go, pass over, pardon, excuse.
To forgive our enemies is a charming way of revenge.
Today, forget your past, forgive yourself, and begin again.
5. Fertile (Adjective) (1425–75) Imaginative, creative, innovative, resourceful, productive, fruitful.
He is fertile of skills.
Plants grow well in fertile soil.
6. Fascinate (Verb) (1590–1600) Amuse, interest, charm, delight, entertain.
Cats fascinate me- I don’t know why.
They go there in sound health and it seems to fascinate them with its grandeur and rainbow beauty.
7. Friend (Noun) (before 900) Soul mate, bosom buddy, companion, intimate, alter ego.
A life without a friend is a life without a sun.
A friend is best found in adversity.
8. Fortified (Verb) (1400–50) Improve, strengthen, restore, refresh, invigorate.
We fortified ourselves with a breakfast of bacon and eggs.
It has also been fortified with vitamin C.
9. Fruitful (Adjective) (1250–1300) Beneficial, gainful, productive, valuable, profitable.
We had a long, happy, fruitful relationship.
The research has proved extremely fruitful.
10. Flamboyant (Adjective) (1825–35) Bright, colorful, glamorous, eye-catching, vibrant.
His style of choreography is flamboyant.
The writer’s flamboyant lifestyle was well known.
11. Fresh (Adjective) (before 900) Natural, raw, unprocessed, healthy, pure, clean, youthful.
Never too late for a fresh start.
Try to eat plenty of fresh fruit .
12. Fame (Noun) (1175–1225) Renown, celebrity, reputation, honor, popularity.
A good fame is better than a good face.
Fame usually comes to those who are thinking about something else.
13. Finesse (Noun) (1400–50) Tactfulness, diplomacy, soft skills, sensitivity, wisdom.
Dario played the sonata with great finesse.
The aldermen could learn to use a little imagination and finesse.
14. Fulfill (Verb) (before 1000) Succeed, satisfy, achieve, implement, complete.
If you make a promise you should fulfill it.
It will be great happiness for her to fulfill her father’s desire.
15. Fine (Adjective) (1250–1300) Excellent, first-class, all right, acceptable, suitable.
It’s going to be fine tomorrow.
This restaurant has a fine reputation.
16. Fantastic (Adjective) (1350–1400) Tremendous, great, remarkable, fanciful, extraordinary.
We had a really fantastic holiday.
What a fantastic mountain scene.
17. Favorable (Adjective) (1300–50) Appreciative, advantageous, beneficial, encouraging, positive.
We found that most people are favorable to the idea.
The book received a favorable review.
18. Fabulous (Adjective) (1540–50) Very good, wonderful, exceptional, super, heroic.
A fabulous breakfast matters more than anything else.
She looked absolutely fabulous in her dress.
19. Flexible (Adjective) (1375–1425) Open, cooperative, adjustable, adaptable, versatile.
Since I’m my own boss, my hours are flexible.
In the future there will be more flexible working and multi-skilling.
20. Fair (Adjective) (before 900) Legal, honest, impartial, neutral, unbiased.
All is fair in love and war.
I wanted them to get a fair deal.
21. Fond (Adjective) (1300–50) Loving, caring, devoted, attentive, adoring.
My family is all fond of going to the cinema.
I was especially fond of chocolate biscuits.
22. Flourishing (Adjective) (1250–1300) Prosper, become better, progress, advance, improve.
His business seemed to be flourishing.
Those plants are flourishing.
23. Fortunate (Adjective) (1350–1400) Advantageous, favored, encouraging, comfortable, successful.
I’ve been fortunate to find a career that I love.
The old lady’s fortunate enough to have very good health.
24. Fragrant (Adjective) (1400–50) Aromatic, perfumed, fragranced, sweet, redolent.
The forest was cool and fragrant, and the walkthrough it calmed my spirits.
The air in the garden was warm and fragrant.
25. Full (Adjective) (before 900) Filled up, satisfied, active, ample, extensive.
Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.
The classroom was full of activity, every child was busy.
26. Fearless (Adjective) (1350–1400) Bold, brave, courageous, spirited, confident.
She was a bold and fearless climber.
He’s very strong and completely fearless into the bargain.
27. Fancy (Adjective) (1350–1400) Expensive, deluxe, posh, superior, high-class.
Can you fancy yourself on the moon?
I like simple food better than fancy dishes.
28. Foresight (Noun) (1250–1300) Vision, forward planning, anticipation, precaution, awareness.
Purpose supposes foresight.
Cool foresight and a quick mind enabled him to react swiftly in an emergency.
29. Fast (Adjective) (before 900) Speedy, quick, swift, rapid, sporty.
Do not run too fast after gain.
Plants grow fast in the warmest season.
30. Forward (Adjective) (before 900) Front, advancing, progressing, future, leading.
Youth looks forward and age backward.
I’m looking forward to your visit next week.
31. Frank (Adjective) (1250–1300) Open, honest, direct, straight, truthful.
He is frank with me about everything.
Let me be perfectly frank with you.
32. Feasible (Adjective) (1425–75) Possible, probable, suitable, reasonable, viable.
It’s quite clear that the electric car is technically feasible.
It’s perfectly feasible to produce electricity without creating pollution.
33. Felicity (Noun) (1350–1400) Happiness, joyfulness, cheerfulness, pleasure, satisfaction.
He expressed himself with great felicity.
The story is told with great felicity of style.
34. Fundamental (Adjective) (1400–50) Root, basic, foundational, prime, structural.
Fresh air is fundamental to good health.
There have been some fundamental structural changes in society.
35. Fit (Adjective) (1325–75) Healthy, able, competent, adequate, qualified.
Love makes one fit for any work.
Try to fit some regular exercise into your daily routine.
36. Fain (Adjective) (before 900) Eager, willing, glad, pleased, desirous.
Men and birds are fain of climbing high.
I would fain stay at home.
37. Fluent (Adjective) (1580–90) Continuous, expressive, communicative, smooth, rhythmic.
Long practice enabled that American to speak fluent Spanish.
She is fluent in five languages.
38. Fun (Adjective) (1675–85) Enjoyable, pleasing, entertaining, interesting, amusing.
Let’s forget about work and have some fun.
Never make fun of people who speak broken English.It means that they know another language.
39. Fraternal (Adjective) (1375–1425) Brotherly, friendly, dizygotic.
The President’s official visit marks the start of a more fraternal relationship between the two countries.
They seat warm fraternal greetings to our Party Congress.
40. Futuristic (Adjective) (1910–15) Advanced, future, very modern, unusual.
We pretended to fly to distant planets in futuristic spaceships.
The futuristic sports stadium is the pride of the city.
41. Fortitude (Noun) (1350–1400) Courage, bravery, fearlessness, moral strength, backbone, spine.
He is a miracle of fortitude.
He bore the pain with great fortitude.
42. Fellowship (Noun) (1150–1200) Friendship, association, union, club, society, league.
His brother is a member of a youth fellowship.
He received a gold medal from the Artists’ Fellowship in New York.
43. Feel (Verb) (before 900) Touch, sense, detect, experience, have a sensation of.
When I do a good workout, I feel fine.
I live all alone but I never feel lonely.
44. Fervent (Adjective) (1350–1400) Keen as mustard, passionate, sincere, intense, spirited.
It is his fervent hope that a peaceful solution will soon be found.
Despite her troubled life, she has always had a fervent belief in God.
45. Festive (Adjective) (1645–55) Jolly, joyful, happy, cheerful, high-spirited.
It was Christmas and everyone was in festive mood.
The most festive show in town.
46. Feature (Noun) (1350–1400) Characteristic, quality, profile, element, property.
Teamwork is a key feature of the training programme.
Air bags are a standard feature in most new cars.
47. Forever (Adverb) (1300–50) For always, evermore, continuously, constantly, perpetually.
True friendship lasts forever.
A smile is the most charming part of a person forever.
48. Frisky (Adjective) (1515–25) Active, lively, playful, energetic, sparky.
The morning fresh air makes me feel quite frisky.
Use the time you have together wisely by getting frisky.
49. Fantasy (Noun) (1275–1325) Dream, fancy, romance, wishful thinking, vision.
Love is a fabric that nature wove and fantasy embroidered.
The young man lives in a world of fantasy.
50. Forthright (Adjective) (before 1000) Frank, direct, open, honest, sincere.
She answered in her usual forthright manner.
He spoke in a forthright manner but without anger.
51. Fidelity (Noun) (1375–1425) Faithfulness, loyalty, commitment, devotedness, authenticity.
There is nothing like a dog’s fidelity.
I had to promise fidelity to the Queen.