List of Positive Words That Start With V

Best fifteen positive words that start with V are given below

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

1. Value
2. Virtue
3. Vibrant
4. Versatile
5. Verify
6. Victory
7. Vigorous
8. Venturous
9. Vivid
10. Vital
11. Virile
12. Valid
13. Venerable
14. Very
15. Viable

With origin time, meaning and examples-

1. Value (Noun) (1275–1325) Moral standards, ethics, worth, principles, sense, price.
Examples:
True friendship is like sound health, the value of which is seldom known until it is lost.
This lesson adds to the value of the book.

2. Virtue (Noun) (1175–1225) Honor, respectability, dignity, modesty, purity.
Examples:
Virtue and happiness are mother and daughter.
Virtue is fairer far than beauty.

3. Vibrant (Adjective) (1540–50) Bright, brilliant, strong, rich, deep, warm, jazzy.
Examples:
She was sixteen, young, and vibrant.
This sound was richer, more vibrant.

4. Versatile (Adjective) (1595–1605) Multitalented, multiskilled, flexible, resourceful, all-round.
Examples:
Eggs are easy to cook and are an extremely versatile food.
A versatile person is often good at a number of different things.

5. Verify (Verb) (1275–1325) examine, confirm, certify, make sure, check.
Examples:
I looked up the word in a dictionary to verify its spelling.
I can verify that it takes about thirty seconds.

6. Victory (Noun) (1275–1325) Win, achievement, success, positive result, supremacy.
Examples:
Victory won’t come to me unless I go to it.
Victory belongs to the most persevering.

7. Vigorous (Adjective) (1300–50) Strong, healthy, spirited, full of energy, dynamic.
Examples:
The vigorous young plants grew fast.
Take vigorous exercise for several hours a week.

8. Venturous (Adjective) (1555–65) Adventurous, bold, daring, dashing, adventuresome.
Examples:
Venturous innovation, stylish design, and best quality is our constant target.
To my pleasant surprise, Venturous was chosen to represent our Department.

9. Vivid (Adjective) (1630–40) Colorful, fascinating, interesting, graphic, warm, memorable.
Examples:
Imagination is sometimes more vivid than reality.
I’ve got vivid memories of that summer.

10. Vital (Adjective) (1350–1400) Essential, life-sustaining, basic, necessary, major.
Examples:
The heart performs a vital bodily function.
A strong opposition is vital to a healthy democracy.
Honesty is a vital element of her success.

11. Virile (Adjective) (1480–90) Manly, heroic, fearless, brave, solid.
Examples:
His style of singing is very virile.
So young, so tender, so gentle, so virile.

12. Valid (Adjective) (1565–75) Authentic, correct, genuine, legal, lawful.
Examples:
They have a valid claim to compensation.
My passport is valid for another two years.

13. Venerable (Adjective) (1400–50) Prominent, respected, honorable, legendary, renowned, famed.
Examples:
I prayed silently for peace to those venerable remains.
May Day has become a venerable institution.

14. Very (Adverb) (1200–50) Extremely, especially, vastly, supremely, highly.
Examples:
I’m very optimistic about our chances of success.
We find advertising on the radio very effective.

15. Viable (Adjective) (1820–30) Applicable, usable, workable, feasible, achievable.
Examples:
Solar power is now a viable alternative to oil-fired water heaters.
The committee came forward with one viable solution.

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