Positive words that start with K

words that start with k

lIST OF POSITIVE ADJECTIVES THAT START WITH K

  • Kick-ass first-class; excellent; extremely impressive or good.
  • Kicky exciting; lively; fashionable.
  • Kiddyish sportive; frolicsome.
  • Killer extremely good; excellent; formidable; having effective or impressive power or effect.
  • Kin related (especially of a person).
  • Kind warmhearted; generous; friendly; tolerant; liberal; beneficial; gentle; forgiving.
  • Kind-hearted sympathetic; humane; having a friendly and cheerful disposition.
  • Kindly agreeable; helpful; pleasant; characterized by kindness.
  • Kindred of the same family, ancestry or nature; similar in character or quality.
  • Kinesthetic muscle sense; the sensation of movement in muscles, joints and tendons.
  • Kinetic characterized by showing, exhibiting or producing motion; active.
  • King chief or principal (especially as in importance or size).
  • Kingly majestic; royal.
  • King-size larger than the standard or usual size; extra-large.
  • Kissable inviting to be kissed; capable of being kissed; attractive.
  • Kissy amorous; very affectionate; given to or characterized by kissing.
  • Kittenish playful (especially in frisky, flirtatious and/or coy manner); resembling a kitten.
  • Keen characterized by intellectual quickness and acuity; eager; ardent; enthusiastic; splendid; fine; sharp; piercing.
  • Kempt tidy; trim; neat.
  • Kerchieft covered, dressed or hooded; wearing a kerchief.
  • Key being or serving as essential component; important.
Word Start with K
  • Knightly chivalrous; gallant; courtly.
  • Knockout strikingly impressive or attractive; gorgeous; beautiful n. a strikingly impressive or attractive person or thing.
  • Knowable capable of being known, comprehended, ascertained or understood.
  • Kosher genuine; appropriate; legitimate; authentic.
  • Knowing possessing understanding, information or knowledge; intelligent; clever; deliberate; artful; smart.
  • Knowledgeable well informed; educated; intelligent; perceptive.
  • Known familiar, recognized or within the scope of knowledge; generally or publicly recognized.
  • Kooky unexpected; strange; eccentric.