Positive Words That Start With V

It’s tempting to use very when describing a person. But very is only one positive word that starts with V! Keep reading to find various visionary, valuable, and valid words that start with V for your positive writing.

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Positive Words That Have 5 or Fewer Letters

When you need to choose vogue language, look no further than these short, vivid words. They’re perfect for dressing up a description and making you sound like a VIP!

Word

Definition

Synonym

valid (adj.)

real, effective

credible

valor (n.)

courage during danger

bravery

value (v.)

to attribute high worth

treasure

vast (v.)

great or large quality

extensive

verve (n.)

focused energy

enthusiasm

vigor (n.)

power and energy

strength

VIP (n.)

Very Important Person

celebrity

vital (adj.)

necessary for success

critical

vivid (adj.)

bright and colorful

expressive

vogue (adj.)

popular and fashionable

chic

voilà (int.)

an expression of accomplishment

presto

vouch (v.)

to affirm one’s merit from personal experience

assure

vow (v.)

a formal promise

pledge

Positive Words That Have 6 or More Letters

Are you versed in positive words? Can you write a viable description that vivifies the reader’s imagination? Use these longer v words to add a little vision into your next writing project.

Word

Definition

Synonym

vacation (n.)

an extended break

holiday

valiant (adj.)

brave in the face of danger

gallant

validate (v.)

to provide confirmation

corroborate

valorous (adj.)

brave or honorable

courageous

valuable (adj.)

having a high worth

prized

vantage (n.)

an advantageous position

privilege

venerate (v.)

to deeply respect

admire

venturesome (adj.)

willing to take chances

daring

venust (adj.)

beautiful, Venus-like

lovely

veracious (adj.)

having the tendency to tell the truth

dependable

veracity (n.)

the impartial truth

honesty

verdant (adj.)

healthy and green

lush

veridical (adj.)

speaking the truth

authentic

verily (adv.)

to tell in a truthful way

truly

versatile (adj.)

handles changes well; adaptable

flexible

versed (adj.)

having expertise and skill

knowledgeable

veteran (n.)

an experienced person

adept

viable (adj.)

having the possibility of success

feasible

vibrant (adj.)

full of life

spirited

victor (n.)

champion over others

winner

victorious (adj.)

having won a contest or battle

triumphant

victory (n.)

a win over an opponent

success

vigilant (adj.)

watchful and alert

attentive

vigorous (adj.)

energetic, using strength

potent

vindicate (v.)

to justify a belief

substantiate

vintage (adj.)

dated from the past

classic

virtuous (adj.)

having honorable virtues

moral

virtuoso (n.)

a skilled artist

prodigy

vision (n.)

ability to imagine the future 

foresight

visionary (n.)

a creative, forward-thinking person

dreamer

vitality (n.)

state of living and growing

liveliness

vivacious (adj.)

full of life

animated

vivency (n.)

the act of supporting life

continuity

vivify (v.)

to activate something

enliven

volitional (adj.)

made by personal choice

intentional

voluntary (adj.)

performed by free choice

willing

volunteer (v.)

to offer to perform a task

enlist

voracious (adj.)

engaging with enthusiasm

avid

Using Positive V Words to Describe Yourself

Are you trying to get a new job? Would you like to improve the professional bio on your social media? No matter the reason, these positive words are great ways to describe yourself. 

Here are some examples of sentences with these V words:

  • In the past, I’ve volunteered for different charitable organizations, including UNICEF and the local food bank.

  • My extensive experience in computer science makes me a veteran of technological updates and operating systems.

  • Over the years I’ve proven myself to be a valuable member of the team due to my vigilant attention to detail.

  • I’m well-versed in different editing style guides, particularly Chicago and AP Styles.

  • My mentor, Steven Hernandez, can vouch for my versatility when it comes to transitioning between management styles.

Varying Your Word Choice

Keeping descriptions positive makes your writing more enjoyable to read – and to write. It makes strong word choice even more important as you choose positive words. For more tips on proper word choice, check out an article on choosing the right words for your audience.

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