Best twenty-six positive words that start with L are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Love (Noun) (before 900) Deep affection, passion, an affair of the heart, devoted to, fondness.
Love makes the world go round.
Love asks faith, and faith firmness.
Love rules his kingdom without a word.
The greatest pleasure of life is love.
Love is not to be found in the market.
2. Life (Noun) (before 900) Living creatures, way of living, functioning period, soul, biography.
Variety is the spice of life.
A life without a friend is a life without a sun.
3. Loyal (Adjective) (1525–35) Faithful, truehearted, reliable, trusted, stable.
He’d always been such a loyal friend to us all.
They had remained loyal to the president.
4. Lasting (Adjective) (1775–85) Enduring, never-ending, endless, perpetual, lifelong.
First impressions are the most lasting.
We are well on our way to a feeling of lasting peace.
5. Laudable (Adjective) (1375–1425) Honorable, praiseworthy, admirable, worthy, reputable.
His noble ideas and polite behavior are laudable.
Her work for charity is highly laudable.
6. Lovable (Adjective) (1300–50) Dear, sweet, cute, darling, adorable.
Birds are always lovable.
Teddy bears are lovable toys.
7. Luck (Noun) (1400–50) Fortune, destiny, prosperity, advantage, success.
Behind bad luck comes good luck.
An ounce of luck is better than a pound of wisdom.
8. Luminous (Adjective) (1400–50) Shining, bright, brilliant, glowing, radiant.
The desert was luminous, starkly beautiful.
My watch has a luminous dial so I can see it in the dark.
9. Luscious (Adjective) (1375–1425) Yummy, sweet, delicious, tasty, flavorful.
These items offer both texture and luscious flavor.
She was looking luscious in a flannel shirt.
10. Luxurious (Adjective) (1300–50) Deluxe, pleasure-loving, sensual, self-indulgent, comfort-seeking.
The cat gave a long, luxurious stretch.
Our honeymoon was two days in Las Vegas at a luxurious hotel called Le Mirage.
11. Lavish (Adjective) (1425–75) Openhanded, free, ample, plentiful, plentiful.
They lived a very lavish lifestyle.
She received lavish gifts of jewelry and clothes.
12. Like (Adjective) (1150–1200) Similar, much the same, alike, related, equivalent.
A body without knowledge is like a house without a foundation.
True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it be lost.
13. Learn (Verb) (before 900) Understand, realize, memorize, discover, determine.
Fools learn nothing from wise men, but wise men learn much from fools.
Learn wisdom by the follies of others.
14. Lighten (Verb) (1300–50) Brighten, inspire, improve, enhance, stimulate.
The sky began to lighten after the storm.
He did his best to lighten things up.
15. Laugh (Verb) (before 900) ha-ha, roar, shake with laughter, guffaw, giggle.
Cry with one eye and laugh with the other.
Laugh at your ills, And save doctors’ bills.
16. Lucrative (Adjective) (1375–1425) Advantageous, productive, fruitful, rewarding, cost-effective.
He decided to turn his hobby into a lucrative sideline.
She inherited a lucrative business from her father.
17. Legend (Noun) (1300–50) Icon, genius, celebrity, superstar, famous person.
It is difficult to separate legend from truth.
The legend of his supernatural origins lives on.
18. Lesson (Noun) (1175–1225) Experience, enlightenment, wisdom, knowledge, period of teaching, drill.
One man’s fault is another man’s lesson.
An evil lesson is soon learned.
19. Logical (Adjective) (1490–1500) Relevant, rational, well organized, systematic, consistent.
Everything isn’t always logical.
You must learn how to construct a logical argument.
20. Limitless (Adjective) (1575–85) Endless, boundless, unbounded, vast, huge.
Youth means limitless possibilities.
The possibilities were almost limitless.
21. Large (Adjective) (1125–75) Titanic, big, broad, gigantic, massive.
The library has a large biology section.
This newspaper has a large number of subscribers.
22. Leader (Noun) (1250–1300) Superior, pioneer, front runner, innovator, boss man.
He seemed a dynamic and energetic leader.
He was a natural leader.
23. Lucid (Adjective) (before 900) Transparent, sober, clear-cut, sharp, well balanced.
The lark tunes his songs.
The lark salutes the dawn.
24. Leisure (Noun) (1250–1300) Freedom, relaxation, amusement, fun, free time.
We have more leisure than our parents had.
Tourism and leisure are the future.
25. Lively (Adjective) (before 1000) Active, energetic, vigorous, jolly, high-spirited.
He has a lively imagination.
He still remembered her as the lively teenager he’d known years before.
26. Legitimate (Adjective) (1485–95) Authentic, genuine, valid, well-founded, legal.
The New York Times has a legitimate claim to be a national newspaper.
Their business operations are perfectly legitimate.