Best fifteen positive words that start with T are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Trust (Noun) (1175–1225) Faith, belief, assurance, credence, confidence.
Self-trust is the first secret of success.
Love all, trust a few, be false to none.
2. Truth (Noun) (before 900) Actuality, reality, certainty, trueness, constancy.
Wise men love truth, whereas fools shun it.
Truth needs no color, beauty, no pencil.
3. Teamwork (Noun) (1820–30) Unity, cooperation, coordination, collaboration, concert.
In football, teamwork is even more important than individual skill.
Talent wins games, but teamwork wins championships.
4. Thankful (Adjective) (before 900) Glad, pleased, satisfied, grateful, obliged.
Be thankful for what you have. You’ll end up having more.
You should be thankful to be alive.
5. Try (Verb) (1250–1300) Attempt, make an effort, struggle, seek, test.
Nothing is difficult for the man who will try.
Never say die! Up man, and try.
6. Tenacious (Adjective) (1600–10) Determined, purposeful, strong-willed, persistent, persevering.
We should be tenacious of our rights.
He was the most tenacious politician in the United States.
7. Teach (Verb) (before 900) Educate, enlighten, give lessons to, upskill, train.
A teacher should entertain as well as teach.
Never offer to teach fish to swim.
8. Thriving (Adjective) (1150–1200) prosperous, successful, flourishing, palmy, going.
Some components of a thriving friendship are honesty, naturalness, thoughtfulness, some common interests.
She runs a thriving grocery business.
9. Timely (Adjective) (before 1000) Appropriate, at the right time, opportune, suitable, convenient.
Timely snow foretells a bumper harvest.
The pain worked off because he received timely treatment.
10. Tranquility (Noun) (1325–75) Peace, calm, quiet, silence, restfulness.
The island is known for its tranquility and romance.
The hotel is a haven of peace and tranquility.
11. Talent (Noun) (before 900) Expertise, brilliance, genius, cleverness, aptitude.
I believe that every person is born with talent.
She discovered to her pleasure, a talent for making her fellow guests laugh.
12. Thorough (Adjective) (before 900) Hard-working, industrious, laborious, careful, perfect.
Your research has obviously been very thorough.
We are making a thorough investigation.
13. Thrilling (Adjective) (1520–30) Exciting, stimulating, as by chilling, vibrating, trembling.
It’s thrilling to see people diving into the sea from a cliff.
This stadium has seen many thrilling football matches.
14. Thoughtful (Adjective) (1150–1200) Philosophical, thinking, meditative, deep in thought, dreamy.
She’s a very kind and thoughtful person.
A simple question requiring a long and thoughtful answer.
15. Terrific (Adjective) (1660–70) Extremely good, excellent, amazing, wonderful, marvelous.
My mother is a terrific cook!
Everybody, there was having a terrific time.