Word Groups - 34

Group 1: Words used in a Positive way
Words can carry a negative or a positive sentiment, and in this article, we explore 35 positive words that you can use in a variety of situations:
  • Acclaimed: Greatly praised or lauded.
  • Affirmative: Pertaining to truth.
  • Affluent: Abundant of goods or riches.
  • Angelic: Belonging to or proceeding from Angels.
  • Beaming: Showing happy emotion.
  • Bliss: Happiness and joy.
  • Bountiful: Generous or plentiful.
  • Bubbly: Full of bubbles.
  • Commend: To praise or acclaim.
  • Dazzling: Shining intensely.
  • Earnest: Serious.
  • Ecstatic: Extremely happy.
  • Effervescent: Enthusiastic; excited interest or eagerness.
  • Enchanting: Having the ability to enchant; charming.
  • Exquisite: Carefully adjusted; precise.
  • Graceful: Having or showing elegant or charming qualities in movement, shape.
  • Instinctive: Driven by impulse; Spontaneous and without thinking.
  • Intellectual: Characterized by intelligence or mental capacity.
  • Jovial: Cheerful and good-humored.
  • Jubilant: Delighted, joyful.
  • Lucid: Mentally rational easily understood.
  • Marvelous: Exciting wonder or surprise.
  • Novel: New and original.
  • Nurturing: Taking care and nourishing.
  • Poised: Having self-confidence.
  • Robust: Having strength.
  • Stirring: Inspiring.
  • Stupendous: Astonishingly great or large.
  • Thriving: One that thrives or is successful.
  • Tranquil: Free from mental or Emotional Disturbance.
  • Unwavering: Always steady and on course.
  • Upbeat: Having a fast pace.
  • Virtuous: Having excellent moral character.
  • Vivacious: Full of life and energy.
  • Zealous: Exhibiting enthusiasm or strong passion.
Group 2: Words used in a Negative way
 In this list, we explore '30 negative words' that you can use in a variety of situations:
  • Abysmal: Very great; limitless.
  • Apathy: An absence of emotion or enthusiasm.
  • Atrocious: Shockingly brutal or cruel.
  • Bemoan: Regret strongly.
  • Cold-hearted: Lacking in sympathy or feeling.
  • Deplorable: Bad; unfortunate.
  • Despicable: Morally reprehensible.
  • Detrimental: (Sometimes followed by 'to') causing harm or injury.
  • Dreadful: Causing fear, dread or terror.
  • Ghastly: Shockingly repellent; inspiring horror.
  • Grotesque: Distorted and unnatural in shape or size; abnormal and hideous.
  • Gruesome: Shockingly repellent; inspiring horror.
  • Hard-hearted: Lacking in feeling, pity or warmth.
  • Insidious: Intended to entrap.
  • Insipid: Lacking taste, flavour.
  • Malicious: Marked by deep ill will; deliberately harmful.
  • Monstrous: Abnormally large.
  • Noxious: Injurious to physical or mental health.
  • Offensive: The action of attacking an enemy.
  • Oppressive: Weighing heavily on the senses or spirit.
  • Pessimistic: Expecting the worst possible outcome.
  • Prejudice: A partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation.
  • Repulsive: Offensive to the mind.
  • Ruthless: Without mercy or pity.
  • Sinister: Indicating evil intent or suggesting tragic developments.
  • Vice: A holding device attached to a workbench; has two jaws to hold workpiece firmly in place.
  • Vicious: Having the nature of vice.
  • Vile: Morally reprehensible.
  • Villainous: Extremely wicked.
  • Vindictive: Disposed to seek revenge or intended for revenge.