Best fifteen positive words that start with U are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Unique (Adjective) (1595–1605) Special, remarkable, extraordinary, outstanding, superior.
His style of singing is rather unique.
Each moment in history is a fleeting time, precious and unique.
2. United (Adjective) (1545–55) In unity, in harmony, mutual, combined, cooperative.
A united effort is always more effective than an isolated complaint.
Every party is united on the need for parliamentary democracy.
3. Unlimited (Adjective) (1400–50) Infinite, endless, boundless, vast, limitless.
A man can succeed at almost anything for which he was unlimited enthusiasm.
The ticket gives you unlimited travel for seven days.
4. Understand (Verb) (before 900) Realize, accept, believe, discover, recognize.
Understand yourself in order to better understanding others.
A wise man hears one word and understands two.
5. Ultra (Noun) (1818–1823) Revolutionary, radical, diehard, extremist, rebel.
This ultra-fine matt powder will enhance your natural coloring.
The Clarins research team successfully created two ultra-effective products.
6. Unification (Noun) (1850–55) Merger, combination, joining, fusion, confederation.
This decision may delay the process of European unification.
With unification, East Germany was subsumed by capitalist West Germany.
7. Uplift (Verb) (1300–50) Encourage, inspire, boost, raise, cheer up.
Art was created to uplift the mind and spirit.
Gandhi gave the party some attention but social uplift absorbed more of him.
8. Unharmed (Adjective) (1300–1305) Safe, all right, fine, ok, unhurt.
All eight climbers were rescued unharmed.
Both children escaped unharmed from the burning building.
9. Untarnished (Adjective) (1732–1737) Perfect, unbroken, undamaged, unspoiled, intact.
From a sky of untarnished blue, the sun beamed down upon the city.
He can at least return home with his reputation untarnished.
10. Ultimate (Adjective) (1645–55) Ideal, best, supreme, greatest, highest, paramount.
His ultimate goal was to set up his own business.
The ultimate decision lies with the parents.
11. Unconditional (Adjective) (1660–70) Absolute, unlimited, fair, perfect, unquestioning.
My love for all my children is unconditional.
Children need unconditional love.
12. Upgrade (Verb) (1870–75) Advance, raise, improve the position of, boost, elevate.
How could we upgrade customer service?
We are looking to upgrade the existing facilities.
13. Union (Noun) (1400–50) Unity, partnership, alliance, brotherhood, group.
The union is strength.
The union safeguards the interests of all its members.
14. Useful (Adjective) (1585–95) Helpful, fruitful, effective, functional, beneficial.
Lose no time, be always employed in something useful, cut off all unnecessary actions.
The book is full of useful information.
15. Utmost (Adjective) (before 900) Extreme, supreme, greatest, maximum, major.
One thing is certain, both have the utmost respect for each other.
We will do our utmost to develop new markets.