Molly Sims Model and actress My mom is the most positive person I know.
In short: I have had positive experiences with family and guns.
I wanted to venture off into another genre of music where I was able to be free and express myself totally, in a positive manner.
Priebus and his little committee got some good press out of Monday, or at least some positive headlines.
But since Conor focuses more on the positive attributes of “dispositional” religion, I want to give most of my attention to that.
Nevertheless the craving endured, at times a positive hunger.
“I will give no positive answer, Martin,” replied Mr Campbell.
After all, in her finest moments, France has a positive genius for warfare.
The negative side of noblesse oblige is more important than the positive.
Over her harsh, positive features fell a sort of transforming veil.
early 14c., originally a legal term meaning "formally laid down," from Old French positif (13c.) and directly from Latin positivus "settled by agreement, positive" (opposed to naturalis "natural"), from positus, past participle of ponere "put, place" (see position (n.)).
Sense of "absolute" is from mid-15c. Meaning in philosophy of "dealing only with facts" is from 1590s. Sense broadened to "expressed without qualification" (1590s), then "confident in opinion" (1660s); mathematical use is from 1704; in electricity, 1755. Psychological sense of "concentrating on what is constructive and good" is recorded from 1916.
1520s, from positive (adj.).
positive pos·i·tive (pŏz'ĭ-tĭv)
Characterized by or displaying certainty, acceptance, or affirmation.
Indicating the presence of a particular disease, condition, or organism.
Indicating or characterized by response or motion toward the source of a stimulus, such as light.
Relating to or designating electric charge of a sign opposite to that of an electron.