Hysterical: affected by or deriving from wildly uncontrolled emotions.
Hypnotic: relating to or producing hypnosis.
Hardy: capable of enduring difficult conditions; robust.
Husky: (of a voice or utterance) sounding low-pitched and slightly hoarse.
Hostile: showing or feeling opposition or dislike; unfriendly.
Hushed: (of a place) very quiet and still.
Hospitable: friendly and welcoming to visitors or guests.
Horrific: very bad and shocking.
Horrible: causing or likely to cause horror; shocking.
Hopeful: feeling or inspiring optimism about a future event.
Honored: proud that you have been given special respect or opportunity.
Hurtful: causing distress to someone’s feelings.
Hurt: upset or unhappy.
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- Positive Words That Start With Y.
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Humming: making a droning sound; buzzing.
Homey: (of a place or surroundings) comfortable and cozy.
Humiliating: making someone feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and pride.
Humdrum: lacking excitement or variety; boringly monotonous.
Hedonistic: engaged in the pursuit of pleasure; sensually self-indulgent.
Humble: having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s importance.
Hulking: (of a person or object) very large, heavy, or clumsy.
Hypnotized: having your attention fixated as though by a spell.
Huge: extremely popular or successful.
Hungarian: relating to Hungary, its people, or their language.
Hot: having a high degree of heat or high temperature.
Honorable: used as a title for certain high officials, the children of certain ranks of the nobility, and MPs.
Honest: free of deceit; truthful and sincere.
Homely: simple in a way that makes you feel comfortable.
Hurried: done very or too quickly.
Hungry: having a strong desire or craving.
Homelike: like or suggestive of home; familiar; warmly comfortable.
Humorous: causing laughter and amusement; comic.
Hellenic: of or relating to Greece, its people, or its language.
Humongous: if you describe something or someone as humongous, you are emphasizing that they are very large or important.
Homeless: (of a person) without a home, and therefore typically living on the streets.
Heinous: (of a person or wrongful act, especially a crime) utterly odious or wicked.
Hollow: having a hole or empty space inside.
Hebdomadal: weekly (used especially of organizations that meet weekly).
Hittite: relating to the Hittites, their empire, or their language.
Holistic: characterized by the parts of something that are intimately interconnected and explicable only by a reference to the whole.
Hallowed: very respected and praised because of great importance or great age.
Heartbreaking: causing overwhelming distress; very upsetting.
Hindustani: of, or relating to these languages or Hindustan.
Healthy: in a good physical or mental condition; in good health.
Hawaiian: relating to Hawaii, its people, or their language.
Heady: having a strong or exhilarating effect.
Haunting: beautiful, but in a sad way and often in a way that cannot be forgotten.
Hateful: arousing, deserving of, or filled with hatred.
Half: an amount equal of the half.
Herbal: relating to or made from herbs, especially those used in cooking and medicine.
Heroic: having the characteristics of a hero or heroine; admirably brave or determined.
Hairy: having a lot of hair, especially on parts of the body other than the head.
Habitual: done constantly or as a habit. A habitual action, or way of behaving or one that someone usually does or has, especially one that is considered to be typical or characteristic of them.
Hilarious: arousing great merriment and laughter.
High-pitched: (of a sound) high. A voice that is high-pitched is higher than usual.
Hazardous: risky; dangerous.
High-level: at or of a level above that which is normal or average.
Helpless: unable to defend oneself or act without help.
Helpful: giving or ready to give help.
Halcyon: denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful.
Hellish: of or like hell. Very bad or unpleasant.
Hefty: large and heavy.
Hircine: of or resembling a goat.
Heavy: of great weight; difficult to lift or move.
Handy: convenient to handle or use; useful.
Handsome: (of a man) good-looking.
Handmade: made by hand, not to a machine, and typically therefore of superior quality.
Heavenly: of heaven; divine.
Hearty: loudly vigorous and cheerful.
Heartfelt: (of a feeling or its expression) deeply and strongly felt; sincere.
Hasty: done with excessive speed or urgency; hurried.
Harsh: unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses.
Harmonious: tuneful; not discordant.
Heavyset: (of a person) broad and strongly built.
Harmless: not able or likely to cause harm.
High-quality: high-quality products or services are very good, well-made, etc.
Hoarse: (of a person’s voice) sounding rough and harsh, typically as the result of a sore throat or shouting.
Historical: of or concerning history or past events.
Heuristic: enabling a person to discover or learn something for themselves.
Hissing: the act of emitting a hiss.
Halting: slow and hesitant, especially through lack of confidence.
Harmful: causing or likely to cause harm.
Harebrained: rash; ill-judged. (of plans or people) not practical or silly.
Hard-to-find: failing to allow for or accommodate a clear perception or complete mental grasp.
Hard: solid, firm, and rigid; not easily broken or pierced.
Happy: feeling or showing pleasure or contentment.
Highfalutin: (especially of speech, ideas, or writing) pompous or pretentious.
High: of great vertical extent. Great, or greater than normal, in quantity, size, or intensity.
Hideous: if you say something or someone is hideous, you mean that they are extremely ugly or unattractive.
Hackneyed: (of a phrase or idea) having been overused; unoriginal and trite.
Hidden: kept out of sight; concealed. That which most people don’t know about.
Hesitant: tentative, unsure, or slow in acting or speaking because you are nervous or not certain.
Hapless: (especially of a person) unfortunate. A hapless person is someone who you feel sorry for because bad things have happened to them.
Hortative: giving exhortation; advisory.
Hanging: punishable by, deserving, or causing death by hanging.
Howling: producing a long, doleful cry or wailing sound.
Histrionic: excessively theatrical or dramatic in character or style.
Hardhearted: incapable of being moved to pity or tenderness; unfeeling.
Heteroclite: (especially of the form of a word) irregular or unusual.
Holy: dedicated or consecrated to God or a religious purpose; sacred.
Horizontal: parallel to the plane of the horizon; at right angles to the vertical.