There are many positive words that start with the letter B.
Here, we expand on some words that start with b – words that encourage, uplift and inspire positive thoughts and connotations. They can be used in a variety of ways, check the list and their definitions to see what stands out for you.
Positive Words Starting With B
Here are some of the most commonly used positive words, along with their definitions:
Ballsy: a slang term to describe someone who is particularly confident and determined.
Beam/beaming: whilst beam can have a few different meanings, the positive verb we are talking about here is to shine brightly. For example, ‘she was simply beaming with happiness.’
Beautiful: when something, someone or somewhere is attractive and pleasing to look at.
Beautify: to improve the physical appearance of.
Becoming: concerned with appearances, becoming means something looks good and/or is considered suitable.
Believable: a convincing or realistic situation or event. For example, ‘to him, winning gold was always a believable goal.’
Believe: to accept and trust that something is true – particularly when it can’t be seen with the eyes.
Beneficial: resulting in advantageous outcomes to someone or something.
Benefits: advantages that are received from someone, something or a particular act.
Best: the most desirable type or quality of something.
Beyond: the further side of something. For example, ‘we need to think beyond our past goals to make bigger, more exciting goals.’
Big: of considerable size or importance.
Blasting: to break apart, blow up or be very loud.
Blazing: very hot or heated – for example, ‘they had a blazing argument about household chores’.
Bless: to give praise.
Blessed: to feel appreciative or grateful of something or someone.
Blessings: to receive good thoughts, wishes and hope from another.
Bliss: a state or feeling of absolute joy and happiness.
Blossom: used to mean when a flower produces flowers and when someone transforms or develops to become better, stronger, happier.
Bold: a confident approach, willing to take risks and show courage.
Bona fide: when something or someone is authentic and genuine.
Bonus: extra advantage of something. For example, ‘she was running to get fit but the bonus was that is also helped her mental health.’
Bonzer: slang for excellent.
Boost: help or encouragement to uplift or improve.
Bounce: in relation to positive words, bounce can mean to rebound or show resilience.
Boundless: to know no limits to something. For example, ‘he always has boundless energy’.
Bountiful: abundant in quantity of something.
Brain: often used to describe someone’s intelligence or mental abilities.
Brainstorm: an activity that can be done alone or with others, where ideas and problem solving is encouraged.
Brainy: someone who shows high intelligence about something.
Bravado: when someone shows a high level of confidence about something.
Brave: the ability to face an unpleasant or dangerous situation with courage.
Bravo: an endorsement of approval from others.
Breakthrough: a major advancement or step forward in something.
Breathtaking: so spectacular that it takes one’s breath away, causing a pause.
Breeze: when something is extremely easy to do.
Bright: a shining light, or an intelligent plan. For example, ‘what bright idea has she come up with now?’
Brighten: to make something even better by enhancing it, cheering someone up or adding light.
Brilliance: intense brightness and/or exceptional mental intelligence.
Brimming: to fill something up so much that it is about to overflow or reach it’s full capacity.
Broadminded: the ability to keep an open mind and to consider things from all perspectives.
Build: to make something from scratch or to strengthen on something already existing. To make better.
Buoyant: the ability to be optimistic, happy and carefree.
Bustling: full of activity and/or moving around energetically.
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