Extraordinary Positive Vocabulary

Adjectives, Nouns, Verbs & Adverbs

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A. Accordant, Acuminous, Adonic, Adroit, Ae, Aeonian, Aesthetic, Aesthetical, Affine, Affined, Afflated, Afflating, Agapeistic, Alacritous, Alaudine, Alfresco, Alimental, Alimentary, Amaranthine, Ambrosial, Ambrosian, Ameliorative, Amelioratory, Amoroso, Anamnestic, Animastic, Anodyne, Anthophilous, Aperitive, Apodictic, Apollonian, Appetent, Apposite, Approbative, Arcadian, Argus-eyed, Aromatic, Artisanal, Ascendant, Aspirant, Assiduous, Assurgent, Au fait, Auriferous, Auroral, Auspicious, Autodidactic, Axiological, Axiomatic

   Assertions, as advanced abstractions, alter actions.  Actions ascertain an aggressive anima, or alternatively, admirable attributes.  Actions also animate and alter authentic affections.  The active articles among abstraction and action are assertions.  Acceptable assertions are abiding, accomplished, admirable, altruistic and absolutely appealing.

B. Baconian, Balmy, Beamish, Beatific, Benedictive, Benedictory, Beneficent, Benignant, Besotted, Bijou, Biophilic, Blithesome, Bonza, Bonzer, Boolean, Breviloquent, Brill, Brobdingnagian, Buccal, Bucolic, Bully

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C. Callipygous, Candescent, Canorous, Canty/Cantier/Cantiest, Celeritous, Chaplinesque, ClementClinquant, Coadjutant, Cock-a-hoop, Cogitabund, Cohortative, Collegial, Coltish, Columbine, Compendious, Complaisant, Concupiscent, Condolatory, Confelicitous, Conferrable, Conjugate, Consentaneous, Consentient, Consonant, Consubstantial, Convictive, Copacetic, Coruscant, Cosmopolitan, Couthie, Crackerjack Credential, Crepuscular


D. Daedal, Dapatical, Demulcent, Dialectical, Didactic, Didascalic, Dinkum, Dispassionate, Doughty, Doxological, Droll, Dulcet

Divine Adjectives

E. Ecclesiastical, Echt, Eclectic, Ecumenical, Edified, Edifying, Effulgent, Eleemosynary, Elemental, Eleutherian, Empyreal, Empyrean, En règle, Epi-, Epicurean, Epideictic, Epididactic, Epigamic, Epigrammatic, Epinician, Equable, Equanimous, Equiparent, Equipollent, Equiponderant, Equiponderate, Erudite, Esthetic, Esthetical, Eudaemonistic/Eudaemonistical, Eupeptic, Euphonic, Euphonious, Eurythmic, Eviternal, Excelsior, Exhortative, Exhortatory, Expergefacient, Eyesome

F. Facultative, Fain, Feateous, Felicitous, Feracious, Festal, Filial, Fleek, Forbearant, Forbearing, Frabjous, Fulgent, Fulgid

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Good Wishes!

G. Galvanized, Galvanizing, Gelastic, Gelogenic, Glabrous, Glistering, Gnarly, Gracile, Gradely, Graith, Gruntled, Gustatory

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H. Halcyon, Haloed, Harmonic, Harmonious, Heartsome, Henotic, Heuristic, Hortative, Hortatory, Hygeian

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I. Idiosyncratic, Idoneous, Illecebrous, Immarcescible, Impavid, Impeccant, Inaurate, Incomplex, Indefatigable, Indubitable, Ineffable, Innate, InnocuousInnoxious, Insouciant Intemerate, Irenic, Iridine, Irrefragable, Irrevincible

J. Jiggish, Jimp, Jocoserious, Jolif, Junoesque, Juvenescent


L. Lambent, Largifical, Latitudinarian, Laureate, Lautitious, Lepid, Liefly, Liberal, Limpid, Lissome, Literary, Littoral, Longanimous, Luciferous, LucriferousLuculent, LudibundLudic, Lusory

M. Mabsoot, Macrobian, Magistral, Magnanimous, Margaric, Margaritiferous, Marmoreal, Marmorean, Mediagenic, Meet, Mellifluent/Mellifluous, Melioristic, Melliloquent, Mellisonant, Meracious, Metropolitan, Mettlesome, Mickle, Minikin, Mirific, Moonstruck, Muliebral, Muliebrile, Muliebrous, Multifarious, Munificent, Mycophilic

Words Describing Mom

N. Nanophilic, Nascent, Natalitial, Neonate, NeotericNitid, Nobiliary, Nobilitate, Noetic, Noctiflorous, Nonpareil, Nubigenous, Nutrimental, Nutritional

O. Oecumenical, Omni-, On the qui vive, Oneiric, OpinableOrbificOrphean, Oscular


P. Pabulous, Paciferous, Palmarian, Palmary, Panglossian, Pansophical, Pansophistical, Paradisaic, Paradisiacal, Parnassian, Parthenian, Pecuniary, Pellucid, Percipient, Perdurable, Peregal, Perspicacious, Perspicuous, Pharaonic, Philodemic, Philoprogenitive, Philoxenial, Phlegmatic, Pierian, Piquant, Pithy, Plenary, Pluperfect, Pollent, Potable, Practicable, Precocious, Prefulgent, Prepossessing, Prepotent, Prescient, Prevenient, Prevoyant, Primo, Pro, Probative, Procinct, ProfulgentProleptic/Proleptical, Propitious, ProteanProto-, Providential, Puissant, Pukka, Pulchritudinous,

Q. Quemeful, Quixotic

R. Rathe, Ratiocinative, Recherche', Recipient, Redolent, Refulgent, Remissive, Renascent, Replete, Reviviscent, Riant, Rident, Ridibund, Risorial, Rutilant

Romantic Adjectives

S. Sagacious, Salubrious, Salutary, Salutatory, Salutiferous, Salvific, Sanative, Sanatory, Sanctiloquent, Sanguine, Sapid, Sapient, Sapiential, Saporific, Saporous, Sartorial, Sative, Scintillant, Scintillescent, Sedulous, Sempiternal, Selcouth, Sensate, Seraphic, Skookum, Slamin', Snod, Soigne, Solacious, Sonsy, Soothfast, Sophic, Splendent, Sponsal, Sprauncy, Staid, Sthenic, Stipendiary, Stonking, Suasive, Suaveloquent, SuaveolentSui generis, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Superconscious, Superlative. Supernal, Supersensible, Supraliminal, Sustentative, Sybaritic, Sylvan

Drive it home

T. Tachytelic, Telegenic, Teleorganic, Tempean, Tempestive, Tenable, Thaumatological, Theanthropic, Theophilanthropic, Theopneustic, Timeous, Titivated/Titivating, Tony, Toothsome, Traditive, Transpicuous, Tretis, Tutelary, Twitterpated

U. Uber, Unabashed, Unigenous, Unisonous, Unisonal, Unisonant, Univocal, Unwithdrawing, Unzymotic, Upbuilding, Utile Dulci, Uxorial

V. Vatic, Vaticinal, Vegete, Velocious, Venial, Ventorious, Venust, Veracious, Verdant, Verdurous, Verecund, Veridical, Veridicous, Veriloquent, Vernal, Vespertine, Vestal, Vibratile, Viparious, Vitative, Volable, Volant, Vulnerary

W. Waggish, Warranted, Weleful, Welsome, Wight, Woke

X. Xenial, Xenodocial

Y. Yare, Yern

Z. Zazzy, Zoetic

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A. Advantage, Aerophile, Aesthete, Aficionada, Afrophile, Ailurophile, Americophile, Amerindophile/Amerindophilist, Amoret, Androphile, Anglophile, Arctophile, Armenophile, Ascendant, Asiaphile, Aspirant, Astrophile, Audiophile, Autodidact, Autophile,

At the root of the word 'Amateur' is the Latin 'Amat' meaning that an amateur is someone who does something purely for the love of it

B. Beatus, Beau ideal, Bel-esprit, Bibliophile, Biophile, Bulgarophile

C. Cambrophile, Cartophile, Chamberlain, Cinephile, Clerisy, Coadjutant, Coadjutor, Cognoscente, Cognoscenti, Cohort, Complement, Confrere, Convive Cosmocrat, Cosmopolitan/Cosmopolite, Crackerjack, Cynosure

D. Danophile, Deipnosophist, Demophile, Digerati, DillyDinophile, Discophile, Doozer, Doozy, Doula, Doyen/Doyenne

E. Ecstatic, Egyptophile, Epididact, Epigram, Ergophile, Estophile, Eudaimonist, Europhile,

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     Express exquisitely.  Effective executive emergence is electric, energetic, engaging, earnest, ethical, and equally enlightened and enlightening.  It evolves and excites everyone.  It empowers the everyday to emanate enchantment, elation, excitement, and effervescence.  Executing exemplary expression emancipates the enjoyable, energizes the exceptional, engages the exciting, and electrifies the ebullient with endearing exuberance. Eagerly encourage the epitome: Endeavour to express extraordinary excellence

F. Fennophile, Francophile

G. Gabriel, Gallophile, Germanophile, Grandee, Gynephile,

H. Heliophile, Hellenophile, Hibernophile, Hippophile, Hispanophile, Hungarophile

I. Inamorata, Inamorato, Indophile, Islamophile, Israelophile

J. Jazzophile, Judeophile

L. latitudinarian, Laureate, Lettophile, Libertarian, Librocubicularist, Logophile, Londonphile

M. Materfamilias, Maven, Meliorist, Metropolitan,  Muslimophile, Mycophile

N. Nabob, Nemophilist, Neophile, NeonateNeoteric, Nonesuch

O. Oenophile, Omnist, Ornithophile

P. Paladin, Palestinophile, Pangloss, Pansophist, Paraclete,  Paradigm, ParagonParamountPaterfamilias, Perfectibilian, Perfectibilist, Persophile, Philalethist, Philomath, Philogynist, PhilonoistPigsney, Pip/Pippin, Polymath, Pogonophile, Potentate, Preceptor, Primogenitor, Prussophile, Psychrophile  

Q. Qualtagh

R. Raconteur, Rara avis, Recipient, Retrophile, Russophile

S. Schatzi, ScholarchScion, Sinophile, Slavophile, Socius, Solon, Stipendiary

T. Technophile, Teutonophile/Teutophile, Thalassophile, Thaumatologist, Theodidact, Theophilanthropist, Theotokos, Turcophile, Turophile, Tutelary, Typhlophile

V. Victor, Videophile, Votary

W. We Are One

X. Xenophile

Y. Younker


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The Full List of Positive Nouns that Describe People




A. Accession, AcclamationAcumen, Adroitness, Advantageousness, Aegis, Aerophilia, Afflatus, Agacerie, Agape, AgapismAilihphilia, Ailurophilia, Alacrity, Alannah, Alpenglow, Amen, Americophilia, Amerindophilia, Amour-propre, Androphilia, Angelocracy, Angelology, Angelus, Anglophilia, Aplomb, Apogee, Apotheosis, Apperception, Appetence, Appositeness, Approbation, Aroha, AscendancyAssimilation, AstrophiliaAtaraxia, Ataraxis, Ataraxy, Atticism, Aubade, Audiophilia, Aureole, Auspiciousness

B. Badinage, Basiation, Basorexia, Bedizenment, Beguin, Behoof, Benedicite, Benefaction, Beneficence, Benison, Bibelot, Bibliophilia, Biophilia, Billet-doux, Bonhomie, Bon ton, Boomlet, Bravura, Brio

C. Cachet, Callista, Camelot, Canorousness, Caritas, Cartophilia, Cerebration, Christmastide, Cinephilia, Clemency, Coadjuvancy, Cockaigne, Comity, Complement, ConceptionConfelicity, Consentaneity/Consentaneousness/ConsentienceCosmolatry, Cosmotheism, Crackerjack, Credence, Culmen, Cynophilia

D. Delectation, Demophilia, Desiderata/Desideratum, Dinophilia, Dithyramb, Doxology, Drollness

E. Ectropy, EdificationEffulgence, Eirenicon, Electuary, Elysium, Empyrean, Encomium, Enophilia, Entaxy, Epicureanism, Epimyth, Epithalamion, Equanimity, Equipoise, Equipollence, EquiponderanceEsse, Estimableness, Estophilia, Ethography, Eudaimonia, Eudaimonism, Eunoia, Eupathy, Euphony, Europhilia, Eutaxy, Euthenics, Eutrapely, Expergefaction, Extropy

F. Facundity, FellowshipFeminacyFettle, Florescence, Foison, Francophilia, Fulgor, Furbelow, Furtherance

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G.  Gallophilia, Gelasin, Generativity, Germanophilia, Gnosis, Gramercy, Gratulation, Gynephilia

H. Halcyon, HardihoodHeliophilia, Hellenophilia, Henosis, Heuristic(s), Hippophilia, Honorificabilitudinitatibus, Honorificabilitudinity, Humdinger, HygiasticsHygiology

I. Iamatology, Immanentism, IndefatigabilityIndophilia, Inflorescence, Instauration, Irenology, Irrefragability, Isness, Isopolity, IsonomyIzzat

J. Jnana, JollificationJubilance, Jumboism, Juste-Milieu


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K. Kairos, Kalon, Karma

L. Lagniappe, Largesse, Latria, Legerity, Lenity, Lepidity, Lettophilia, Libertarianism, Lodestone, Logos, Lollapalooza, LonganimityLucubration

M. Macarism, Magnanimity, Mansuetude, Manuduction, Manumission, Marmoreal Repose, Meliorism, Mesmerism, MirabiliaMuliebrity, Munity, Mycophilia

N. Naissance, Nascence/Nascency, Negentropy, Nemophilia, Neophilia, Nepenthe, Ne plus ultra, Nisus, Nitency, Nocturne, Noegenesis, Normalism, Novity, Nutrication, Nyctophilia

O. Obeisance, Oblectation, Oenomel, Oenophilia, Omnism, Oneirocriticism, Oomph, Ophelimity

P. Pabulum, Paean, Panacea, Panaesthesia, Panaesthetism, Panegyric, Pansophism/Pansophy, Pantheism, Pantisocracy, Paradigm, Parage, Parousia, Pash, Patefaction, Pathopoeia, Pedagogics/Pedagogy, Peerage, Penchant, Pepper-upper, Percipience, Perfectibilism, Perfectibility, Perfectionism, Perspicacity, Perspicuity, Philalethia, Philocaly, Philogyny, Philology, Philomathy, Philoxenia, Plaudit, Pogonophilia, PoiesisPolymathy, Precosity, Prefulgence, Prepollence, Prevision, Prevoyance, Probity, Procinct, Pronoia, Propinquity, Propitiation, Propitiousness, ProprietyPsithurism, Pudicity, Pundonor

Q. QuietismQuiety, Quintessence, Quixotism

R. Raillery, Rapport, Rapprochement, Rara avis, Ratiocination, Realism, Rede, Reguerdon, Repletion, Requiescence, Respair, Retrocognition, RetrophiliaRevivescence, Revivescency, Risibility, Russophilia

S. Sagacity, Sageship, Salad days, Salubriousness, SanctanimitySanctum, Sangfroid, Sanguineness/Sanguinity, SapiditySapience, Satiety, Satori, Savoir faire, Sedulousness, Seva, SinophiliaSockdologer, Sodality, Sooth, Succor, Suffisance, Surety, Sweven, Sylph, Syntropy

Speed originally meant  Prosperity and/or Success and/or Rapidity' (aka. Spede)

T. Technophilia, Telegnosis, Telergy, Testamur, Thagomizer, Thaumatogeny, Thaumatography, Thaumatology, Thaumaturgy, Theanthropism, Theanthroposophy, Theurgy, Teutonophilia/Teutophilia, Theocentrism, Theopanism, Theopathy, Theophilanthropism, Theopsychism, Theosophy, Theotherapy, Threpsology, Titivation, Transcendentalism, Transvolation, Tretis, Trophism, Trophology, TrouvailleTucket, Turophilia, Tutelage

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U. Uberty, Ubiquity, Ubuntu, UnicityUniversalism

V. Veracity, VeraciousnessVeriloquence, Verity, Vernality, VertexVictoriaVirtuVitalism, Vivat, Vivency, Volupty, Vraisemblance

W. Weal, Woodnote

X. Xenophilia, Xenophily

Y. Youthquake

Z. Zoomagnetism


Full List of Positive Abstract Nouns



Absterge, Accourage, Accoy, Advantage, Ameliorate, Apricate, Approbate, Asseverate, Assoil, BaisemainBasiate, Beatify, Bonify, Chirk, Complect, Comport, Concrew, Conflate, Coruscate, Degust, Deosculate, Depurate, Effloresce, Epuration, Equiparate, Excogitate, Exculpate, Explicate, Exosculate, Felicify, Felicitate, Furbelow, Gambol, Give, Homologate, Hospitate, Impetrate, Incede, Irroborate, Ken, Macarize, Maffick, Mundify, Munify, Nobilitate, Omnify, Osculate, Pacificate, Premiate, Propitiate, Rede, Redintegrate, Refocillate, Reguerdon, ReinfundRespair, Revalorize, Titivate, Uprear, Upskill, Upstay, Valentine, Vaticinate, Winnow, Wive

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Abask, Alacritously, Amen, Amoroso, Aright, Conamore, Drolly, Effulgently, Eudaemonistically, Fain, Felicitously, Gamefully, Imprimis, Indefatigably, Lief, Munificently, Pari passu, Perspicaciously, Perspicuously, Piquantly, Quicksticks, Quixotically, Saliently, Sedulously, Transcendentally, VerilyVively,


Normal Positive Pictorially Defined Words

Abundance, Adept, Adorable, Advantage/Advantageous, Arrival, Attraction, Awe, Balance, Brotherhood/Brotherliness, Compassion, Diligent, Ease, Encouragement, Enlightenment, Faith, Fellowship, Flow, Friendship, Freely, Gentleness, Giving, Good, Grace, Gratitude, Happy, Harmonic/Harmonious, Harmony, Hope, Hunky-dory, Imagine, Increase, Jovial, Jubilance, Kindness, Knowledge, Lift, Long-suffering, Love, Loving, Maternal, Mercy, Nobleness, Obedience, Patience, Peace, Philanthropy, PreciousProtective, Recipient, Self-sacrifice, Service, Tall, Teaching, Tolerance, Trust, Truth, Valentine, Wisdom


1.       Ahh!        Aaah!       Abracadabra      Aww!      Binary Love       Blessed Insult     Cheers       Cheers!       Cool!      Excellent!       Good      Good Wishes!      Gramercy!       Hallelujah!      Hurray!       Huzzah!       Imagine       Jovial       Joy!      Kudos!       Love this/it!       "Mmmmm..."       "Om"       Quabang        Ta-da!     U N I R1     Va-va-voom & Ooo-la-la!     Vivat!     We Are One      Whee!      Woo-Hoo!      Wow!       Yay!     Yes!      Yippy!     You're Welcome!        You Rock!        Yowza!         XOXOXO


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