List of Positive Words That Start With P

Best fifteen positive words that start with P are given below

Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.

1. Positive
2. Peaceful
3. Passionate
4. Perfect
5. Persevering
6. Productive
7. Playful
8. Pleasing
9. Plentiful
10. Prepare
11. Peachy
12. Powerful
13. Praiseworthy
14. Profound
15. Pretty

With origin time, meaning and examples-

1. Positive (Noun) (1250–1300) Affirmative, approving, sure, perfect, right, fair.
Examples:
I hope you’ll be more positive in every way.
One must be positive, but not too positive.

2. Peaceful (Adjective) (1250–1300) Calm, restful, pleasant, relaxing, harmonious.
Examples:
Evening in the country is a very peaceful time.
Everyone is free to engage in peaceful political activity.

3. Passionate (Adjective) (1375–1425) Erotic, amorous, warm-blooded, loving, sensual.
Examples:
I’m a passionate believer in public art.
I’ve always been passionate about football.

4. Perfect (Adjective) (1250–1300) Exact, ideal, appropriate, suitable, ultimate.
Examples:
Everyone liked my father- he was the perfect gentleman.
This suit is perfect for me.

5. Persevering (Adjective) (1640–50) Continue, be determined, persist, carry on, keep going.
Examples:
Success belongs to the persevering.
A few persevering climbers finally reached the top.

6. Productive (Adjective) (1605–15) Fruitful, fertile, high-yielding, energetic, vigorous.
Examples:
Most of us are more productive in the morning.
Education must be combined with productive labour.

7. Playful (Adjective) (1200–50) Fun-loving, jolly, in high spirits, frisky, prankish.
Examples:
He was in a playful mood.
The dog gave me a playful bite.

8. Pleasing (Adjective) (1350–1400) Satisfying, appealing, friendly, pleasant, agreeable.
Examples:
His poem has a pleasing rhythm.
The news was very pleasing to us.

9. Plentiful (Adjective) (1425–75) Infinite, huge, large, ample, copious, abundant.
Examples:
Readers are plentiful, thinkers are rare.
The hot climate and plentiful rainfall favor the growth of plants.

10. Prepare (Verb) (1520–30) Make ready, compose, develop, assemble, produce.
Examples:
Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
After the harvest, the peasants began to prepare the soil for seed.

11. Peachy (Adjective) (1590–1600) Very satisfactory, fine, awesome, beautiful, first-class.
Examples:
Everything in her life is just peachy.
They bought a peachy new sports car.

12. Powerful (Adjective) (1350–1400) Strong, vigorous, influential, dynamic, striking.
Examples:
Suffering is the most powerful teacher of life.
The teacher is powerful in a child’s eyes forever.

13. Praiseworthy (Adjective) (1530–40) Honorable, admirable, worthy, creditable, deserving.
Examples:
His actions during the crisis were truly praiseworthy.
Honesty is the most praiseworthy quality one can possess.

14. Profound (Adjective) (1275–1325) Deep, heartfelt, keen, great, intense.
Examples:
I give you my profound thanks for saving my life.
He had a profound influence on modern poets.

15. Pretty (Adjective) (before 1000) Attractive, lovely, good-looking, sweet, dear.
Examples:
She’s a very charming and very pretty girl.
Love is blind, and lovers cannot see the pretty follies that themselves commit.

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