Positive Tone words are used by the writers to describe something in a positive attitude in a story. These words also helps a writer to evoke positive emotions like happiness, hope, optimism in their readers mind where it needed to be evoked while reading the story.
A write also uses positive tone words to create a positive atmosphere, tone or mood in a conversation, or piece of writing in a story.
Below is the list of positive tone words with meanings and general sentence examples included for easily understanding of each tone word.
List of Positive Tone Words (With Examples)
: liking; respecting someone, or something
Example- He was merely admiring the new neighbor.
: loving and admiring someone very much
Example- She gave an adoring smile to the helpful stranger.
: friendly, and good-natured
Example- Her new boss was extremely affable.
: pleasantly entertained, diverted, or pleased
Example- She got totally amused by his singing.
: someone full of life or excitement; spirited, lively, vibrant
Example- Rachel’s presence animated the party.
: having or showing appreciation, gratitude, or pleasure
Example- The concert was filled with an appreciative audience.
: very enthusiastic, or passionate
Example- Rick used to be an ardent supporter of the party, but now he is not.
: behaving confidently, firm to once opinion, or belief
Example- You will have to be assertive to win the election.
: filled with awe, amazed, or impressed
Example- She looked at him awestruck, at their first meeting.
: kind, generous; well-meaning
Example- A benevolent man helped a poor family in need.
Related: Sad Tone Words
: daring, courageous, or fearless
Example- The troop needed to act bold on the risky mission.
: honest, truthful,or straightforward
Example- Tom was completely candid at his office meeting.
: expressing praise, honor, or happiness; celebrating something important
Example- At night we all had a celebratory dinner.
: happy and positive in feeling, behavior, or appearance.
Example- Emma always has a cheerful face.
: humorous, entertaining, or amusing
Example- His new novel is a comic tragedy.
: showing or having concern and sympathy for the other
Example- Adam was truly compassionate and caring.
: willing to end a disagreement with someone, intended or likely to pacify
Example- The delegations showed a conciliatory approach at the meeting.
: feeling or showing happiness or satisfaction
Example- For the first time in his life, Edward was in a contented space.
: someone serious, calm, controlled, impressive and therefore deserves respect
Example- He was the only dignified man in the whole office.
: serious and determined; sincere; showing the depth of feelings
Example- Alan is a great teacher and an earnest man.
: high-spirited, excited, bubbly, elated, or enthusiastic
Example- After receiving the award the winner got very ebullient.
: extremely happy or excited after an achievement or an event.
Example- Sam was elated after the birth of his first child.
: high-minded, high, lofty, raised up; exhilarated in mood or feeling.
Example- His thoughts were elevated after joining the N.G.O.
: well expressed writing or speech that persuades people; effective, fluent, persuasive, or clearly expressed
Example- He gave a very eloquent reason for his resignation from the company.
: ability to understand and share feelings or emotions of others
Example- Everyone needs a kind and empathetic friend in life.
: to please, to delight, fascinate, or charm
Example- Everyone was truly enchanted by her appearance at the party.
: giving confidence or hope; promising
Example- It is very encouraging that more people are joining our cause.
: making someone like you; evoking affection, or admiration
Example- She has a great endearing personality.
: having or showing intense interest in something; keen, eager, or ardent
Example- Tom was very enthusiastic about making a tree-house with his dad.
: having or showing higher state of energy, or enthusiasm; feeling very happy
Example- She was very excited about her eighteenth birthday.
: very happy and excited
Example- Adam felt strangely exhilarated on his first day at the job.
: honest, sincere, direct, and telling the truth, while having the risk of causing bad feelings
Example- To be frank, I don’t think you will pass the test.
: kind, calm, mild, soft; not severe, strong, or violent; moderate
Example- Our new teacher’s voice is very gentle.
: not proud, arrogant, or haughty; down-to-earth, modest, poor, low in rank or position
Example- Though he is a successful businessman and billionaire, he is a very humble man.
: funny, comical, laughable, or amusing
Example- The writer is famous for his humorous and heart-touching stories.
: extremely funny and causing great laughter; extremely amusing; jovial
Example- It was the most hilarious and embarrassing moment of her life when she fell on her wedding cake.
: giving inspiration, hope, or encouragement
Example- His all short stories are truly inspirational and amusing.
: having or showing great pleasure and happiness; pleasing, satisfying, or delighted
Example- Everyone at the party was joyful after watching the host playing his piano.
: expressing praise or admiration for someone.
Example- Her performance received mostly laudatory comments.
: amusing and entertaining; free from care, or seriousness; carefree, cheerful, and happy
Example- The latest movie is a lighthearted romantic comedy.
: cheerful, enthusiastic, full of energy, or active
Example- She met some great lively people at the park today.
: feeling or expressing love; affectionate, adoring, fond, kind, warm, caring, tender
Example- She found her loving life partner on her trip to Ibiza.
: cheerful and lively; high-spirited, happy, or festively joyous
Example- It was the month of merry holiday time.
: having or showing a moderate or humble estimate on one’s abilities, worth or achievements
Example- He is a very modest man, who also encourages his colleagues and helps them when needed.
: goal, purpose, aim, or intention
Example- The politician’s good objective got changed after winning the elections.
: hopeful about the future, feeling or showing hope that good things will happen in the future
Example- He was very optimistic about his chances of getting selected in NASA.
: having or showing a calm attitude towards disappointments or difficulties
Example- John has seen so much in life that now he stays philosophical at all worst situations.
: full of fun, humor, friendly, or cheerful
Example- Babies playful mood can can in an instant.
: dealing with something in a practical way rather than following theoretical approach, fixed ideas, or rules
Example- He took a pragmatic approach to learn the new language.
: showing great respect and admiration; respectful
Example- Peter received a reverent welcome in the office.
: making you feel less worried; comforting
Example- Her reassuring smile, put him at ease.
: thinking deeply, carefully and quietly; thoughtful
Example- Her poetry needs reflective reading.
: calm, happy and not worried or tense
Example- He talked in a very relaxed tone.
: showing respect for someone
Example- She is always respectful to her teachers.
: morally correct, good or justifiable
Example- He’s been a righteous person throughout his life.
: idealistic, fanciful, unrealistic, or imaginary
Example- He came up with a romantic idea.
: confidently optimistic; cheerful; assured
Example- Chris is totally sanguine about Emily’s acceptance of his love proposal.
: honest, real, true, or genuine; not lying or pretending
Example- She just asked him for a sincere apology.
: impressive, grand, dignified, elegant, or majestic
Example- They build a stately statue of the legend.
: understanding others feelings when they are facing a bad situation; caring, kind, concerned, or understanding
Example- He thought that she likes her, but it turns out she was just sympathetic to him.
: gentle, soft, delicate, loving, or showing care
Example- She always talks in a tender and sweet voice with everyone.
Example- Adam always has a thoughtful expression on her face.
: open-minded, understanding, broad-minded; open to accept beliefs and behaviors that are different to oneself.
Example- He needed to be tolerant of the point of view of the other team members.
: calm and peaceful; free from disturbance, noise, violence, worry; serene, or quiet
Example- She could not have picked a better tranquil spot than her scuba diving instructor job.
: modest, quiet, humble, meek, or unpretentious
Example- Earlier, he was an unassuming man, but nowadays he has completely changed.
: full of energy, life, and enthusiasm
Example- She has got a vibrant voice and a great personality.
: having or showing good moral qualities and behavior; morally excellent
Example- He is the most honest and virtuous politician.
: using words in a clever and amusing way often quickly; clever humor, smartly jocular
Example- He has written a witty novel describing the relationship of a man and women.
: amazement, awe, surprise, curiosity, miracle, admiration
Example- It’s a wonder that the amateur team made it to the top of the mountain.