Best eighteen positive words that start with I are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Idea (Noun) (1400–50) Concept, mental picture, visualization, thought, viewpoint.
I really like the idea of helping people.
She told me she’d had a brilliant idea.
2. Innovative (Adjective) (1600–10) New, futuristic, original, new-fashioned, fresh.
The company manufactures a range of innovative light-weight cycles.
There will be a prize for the most innovative design.
3. Inspire (Verb) (1300–50) Awaken, motivate, persuade, encourage, trigger.
As wishes may inspire dreams, so dreams may inspire wishes.
It is always wise to look towards those who inspire and impress you.
4. Independent (Adjective) (1605–15) Free, autonomous, self-sustaining, self-governing, impartial.
Children should be encouraged to be independent thinkers.
As a woman of independent means, she spent most of her life in voluntary work.
5. Ingenious (Adjective) (1375–1425) Creative, brilliant, bright, talented, insightful.
Many fish have ingenious ways of protecting their eggs from predators, – mostly other fish.
Try to think of unusual and ingenious solutions.
6. Interesting (Adjective) (1705–15) Exciting, entertaining, amusing, fascinating, absorbing.
Experience is not interesting till it begins to repeat itself, in fact, till it does that, it hardly is experience.
He has a lot of talent, and his work is fresh and interesting.
7. Impressive (Adjective) (1585–95) Magnificent, skillful, first-class, great, outstanding.
The car’s performance on mountain roads was impressive.
That was an impressive performance from such a young tennis player.
8. Intelligent (Adjective) (1500–10) Clever, sharp, knowledgeable, brainy, genius.
The people I met were intelligent, mature, personable.
The dolphin is an intelligent animal.
9. Incredible (Adjective) (1375–1425) Unbelievable, impossible, astonishing, fantastic, hard to believe.
The wildflowers will be incredible after this rain.
After the exam, I felt an incredible sense of relief.
10. Imaginative (Adjective) (1350–1400) Innovative, visionary, insightful, resourceful, enterprising.
The imaginative child made-up fairy stories.
He had the ability to take bold imaginative decisions.
11. Intrepid (Adjective) (1690–1700) Fearless, unafraid, brave, courageous, confident.
The commander and his officers took an affectionate farewell of their intrepid friends.
At this moment the three intrepid travelers appeared.
12. Intuitive (Adjective) (1585–95) Natural, inherent, built-in, instinctive, intuitional.
Most people have an intuitive sense of right and wrong.
Great novelists have an intuitive understanding of the workings of human emotions.
13. Inventive (Adjective) (1400–50) Innovative, forward-looking, imaginative, artistic, skillful.
It inspired me to be more inventive with my own cooking.
He is very inventive, always dreaming up new gadgets for the home.
14. Invincible (Adjective) (1375–1425) Unbeatable, secure, safe, indestructible, invulnerable, dauntless.
Young athletes think of themselves as invincible.
The tiger was bewildered by the seemingly invincible beast.
15. Invite (Adjective) (1525–35) Request, look for, appeal for, attract, bring on oneself.
If you flatter your mother a bit she might invite us all to dinner.
The queen was gracious enough to invite us.
16. Irresistible (Adjective) (1590–1600) Urgent, unavoidable, overpowering, driving, forceful.
Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired.
The bright colors were irresistible to the baby.
17. Improve (Verb) (1425–75) Upgrade, refine, better, enhance, boost.
You cannot improve your past, but you can improve your future.
Improve your time and your time will improve you.
18. Ideal (Adjective) (1605–15) Absolute, perfect, supreme, best possible, model.
The road of life is a spiral path, only swagger, flexible turning, can rise to the ideal.
This weather is ideal for a picnic.