The best way to spark joy in someone’s heart is with a kind word. That’s why it’s so important to take the time to improve your vocabulary by learning a new word each day. And what better way to do that than by adding a positive word for every letter in the alphabet? On that note, here are some adjectives that start with W you can use in everyday situations.
Wholesome Adjectives That Start With W to Use in Everyday Speech
Warm ― having or showing enthusiasm, affection, or kindness; characterized by warmth of feeling like generosity; friendly; loving; caring; characterized by excitement, liveliness or enthusiasm; passionate; fresh or recently made.
Warm-hearted ― having or showing sympathy, affection, kindness, cordiality; characterized by kindness, generosity; amicable; friendly; hearty; sincere.
Welcome ― gratifying; giving satisfaction or pleasure; agreeable; received with hospitality or gladness
Welcomed ― received gladly into one’s presence or companionship.
Welcoming ― highly cordial; hospitable; pleasant.
Weleful ― blessed; producing happiness or prosperity.
Welfaring (well-faring) ― prosperous; thriving.
Well ― in good health; fortunate; resulting favorably, pleasingly or advantageously; good.
Well-behaved ― having good manners; acting properly; courteous; civil.
Well-intentioned ― characterized by good or honorable intentions; well-meant.
Well-liked ― popular; favorite; beloved.
Well-meaning ― having good intentions.
Whimsical ― fantastical or odd in appearance; playful; amusing; light-hearted; peculiar.
Whiz-bang ― successful; skillful; eventful; very quick or rapid.
Wholehearted ― characterized by unconditional commitment, devotion or unreserved enthusiasm; having no reservations.
Wholesome ― healthy; sound; salutary; whole; conducive to good, health and well-being.
Whopping ― very large; astonishing.
Winged ― flying; elevated; sublime; swift; very fast; as if with wings; fleet.
Winsome ― lively; joyful; cheerful; delightful; charming; merry; light-hearted; pleasing; winning; sweet; inspiring approval and trust.
Wise ― having wisdom or knowledge; enlightened; learned; skillful.
Witty ― wise; knowing; funny; jocular; skillful; clever; artful.
Wizard ― superb; excellent; fine; charming; enchanting.
Wizardly ― someone possessing extremely good skills in some or any subject or field; remarkable in performance, execution, or design.
Wonderful ― astonishing; admirable; excellent; great; extraordinary; surprising;
Wondrous ― wonderful; extraordinary; remarkable; great; marvelous; strange.
Worth ― valuable; worthwhile.
Worthwhile ― important, good or valuable enough to spend time, interest or effort.
Worthy ― honorable; estimable; valuable; admirable; excellent.
Miscellaneous Adjectives That Start With W
Wanted ― freely invited or permitted; characterized by a feeling of fond affection; wished or desired for; sought.
Warranted ― necessary; deserved.
Wealthy ― having an abundant supply of valuable resources or money; rich; full; abundant in quantity or quality.
Weighty ― important; authoritative; persuasive; having great influence or power.
Well-built ― fit; constructed in a sound manner; muscular.
Well-disposed ― friendly; sympathetic; well-willed; inclined to support or help.
Well-established ― validated or well-known; having security or permanence in something.
Well-founded ― validated or well-known; having security or permanence in something.
Well-grounded ―reasonably and logically valid; having extensive knowledge or insight of a subject; well-based.
Well-informed ― intelligent; possessing a wide variety of information; provided with sufficient information and knowledge.
Well-known ― famous; familiar; popular; widely or fully known or acknowledged.
Well-made ― skillfully and properly constructed or manufactured.
Well-planned ― skillfully or suitably drafted or devised to ensure success.
Well-read ― knowledgeable and informed trough having read extensively; highly educated; civil.
Well-received ― having been reviewed or greeted with approval.
Well-spoken ― civil and courteous in speech; articulate.
Well-suited ― appropriate; compatible.
Well-timed ― done or occurring at a suitable or advantageous time.
Whole ― complete; total; entire; healthy; sound; well; uninjured.
Wide-awake ― fully awake; alert; watchful; vigilant; keen; knowing; sharp.
Willed ― having a determined will; deliberate.
Willing ― ready to act or acting eagerly and gladly; volitional.
Winning ― victorious; successful; attractive; charming.
Wired ― overstimulated; enthusiastic; highly excited; connected.
Won ― not subject to failure or defeat.
Workable ― capable or able to be worked; practicable; feasible.
World-class ― ranking above all others in importance, greatness or order; best; universally or internationally excellent.
Worldly ― relating to the earth or world; common; very sophisticated.
Worshipful ― showing adoration or reverence; claiming respect.
There are so many positive words starting with the letters a, b, c, etc, but when it comes to W, I always have a hard time coming up with a good word to use.
That’s why I started making lists for positive words. It turned out to be a great way to improve my vocabulary.
Whenever you’re having difficulty coming up with a positive word to use, look at these adjectives that start with W.