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Feelings (Positive) Adjectives

Feelings are defined as the state of a person’s emotions. As the name implies, positive feeling adjectives describe a person’s good emotions. They answer the question, what positive kind of.

List of Positive Adjectives

The following list contains common adjectives that are often used to describe the positive emotions of a person.

Feelings (Positive) Adjectives

admirable energetic lucky
affable enjoyable magnificent
affectionate enthusiastic marvelous
agreeable euphoric meritorious
amazing excellent merry
amiable exceptional mild-mannered
amused excited nice
amusing extraordinary noble
animated exultant outstanding
appreciative fabulous overjoyed
astonishing faithful passionate
authentic fantastic peaceful
believable fervent placid
benevolent fortunate pleasant
blissful friendly pleasing
bouncy fun pleasurable
brilliant genuine positive
bubbly glad praiseworthy
buoyant glorious prominent
calm good proud
charming good-humored relaxed
cheerful good-natured reliable
cheery gracious respectable
clever grateful sharp
comfortable great sincere
comical happy spirited
commendable heartfelt splendid
confident honest superb
congenial honorable superior
content hopeful terrific
cordial humorous thankful
courteous incredible tremendous
dedicated inspirational triumphant
delighted jolly trustworthy
delightful jovial trusty
dependable joyful truthful
devoted joyous uplifting
docile jubilant victorious
dynamic keen vigorous
eager kind virtuous
earnest laudable vivacious
easygoing laughing whimsical
ebullient likable witty
ecstatic lively wonderful
elated lovely worthy
emphatic loving zealous
enchanting loyal zestful

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  • Thanks for providing this list of adjectives.

    • thanks for the great info!

  • Very good 🙂

  • Thanks!!!!!

  • Lots of useful, positive adjectives. Thanks!


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