Best fifteen positive words that start with O are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Opportunity (Noun) (1350–1400) Favorable time, chance, scope, possibility, good time.
Weak men wait for opportunity, but the strong men make it.
Opportunity never knocks twice at any man’s door.
2. Open (Adjective) (before 900) Accessible, available, frank, not shut, not closed.
It is easy to open a shop but hard to keep it always open.
An open enemy is better than a hollow friend.
Keep your mouth shut and your eyes open.
3. Optimistic (Adjective) (1840–50) Hopeful, confident, positive, bright, sanguine.
Your view is too optimistic.
The meeting ended on an optimistic note.
4. Outstanding (Adjective) (1605–15) Excellent, marvelous, magnificent, wonderful, skillful.
It’s an area of outstanding natural beauty.
She has outstanding powers of observation.
5. Outreach (Verb) (1560–70) To reach out, extend, exceed, outrun, overstep.
We thought this was a good beginning for some really serious outreach efforts.
Its outreach program is strictly volunteer.
6. Oodles (Noun) (1865–70) A large quantity, lot, overflow, over-abundance.
The recipe calls for oodles of melted chocolate.
She inherited oodles of money from her uncle.
7. Outshine (Verb) (1590–1600) Top, outclass, excel, better, outrival.
Jesse has begun to outshine me in sports.
He always parades his superiority and strives to outshine others.
8. Offer (Verb) (before 900) Propose, suggest, put up for sale, present, recommend.
Never offer to teach fish to swim.
May I offer my heartiest congratulations on your promotion?
9. Original (Adjective) (1300–50) Authentic, genuine, actual, indigenous, native.
The room still has many of its original features.
We’ve made one or two modifications to the original design.
10. Onward (Adverb) (1350–1400) Ahead, forward, developing, progressing, becoming more important.
His life has a sense of purposive onward movement.
The bus continued onward.
11. Outdo (Verb) (1300–50) Get the better of, eclipse, overshadow, pass, lead.
He always tries to outdo everybody else in the class.
It was important for me to outdo them, to feel better than they were.
12. Open-minded (Adjective) (1820–30) Impartial, neutral, flexible, responsive, willing to change.
You can talk to her about anything— she’s very open-minded.
He was very open-minded about other people’s work.
13. Ok (Adjective) (1839-1840) All right, fine, fit, permissible, allowable.
Don’t cry, Laura. It’ll be OK.
I think I did OK in the exam.
14. Obliging (Adjective) (1630–40) Eager to help, helpful, cooperative, agreeable, hospitable.
He is an extremely pleasant and obliging man.
The shop assistant was very obliging.
15. On (Adverb) (before 900) Functioning, in operation, working, in use, operating.
A friendship founded on business is better than a business founded on friendship.
Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself.