- Antonyms of POSITIVE:
- disconfirming, electronegative, electroneutral, negative, neutral, neutralised, diffident, gram-negative, counter, incertain, unsure, viewless, uncharged, timid, uncertain, minus, deniable, antagonistic, shy, informal, perverse, neutralized, disadvantageous, accountable, constitutional, gentle, lowly, responsible, complaisant, contingent, humble, meek, submissive, compliant, docile, lenient, mild, yielding, conditional, ductile, limited, captious, carping, caviling, censuring, critical, faultfinding, hypercritical, overcritical, belittling, contemptuous, disdainful, disparaging, scornful, slighting, adverse, depreciative, depreciatory, derogatory, disapproving, inappreciative, unappreciative, uncomplimentary, unfavorable, unflattering, unfriendly, hesitant, indecisive, vacillating, wavering, unassuming, doubtful, dubious, controversial, debated, disputed, iffy, inconclusive, ambiguous, equivocal, academic, hypothetical, speculative, theoretical, answerable, arguable, contradictable, controvertible, debatable, disputable, doubtable, moot, negotiable, problematic, questionable, refutable.
- Misspellings for POSITIVE:
- causitive, positivly, posetive, positiove, positvie, psoitives, postivies, fesitve, possotively, posivite, pistive, postitive, psitive, sisative, ppositive, positie, posatively, positiveley, possitivity, posisitive, positiively, positiive, postoffice, acitivey, posiviive, positviely, posotivity, repersitive, posisive, positif, poositive, postivive, posutive, prositive, pimitive, positin, possitiv, postive, resitive, posaitive, pasitive, positevely, postives, posiotive, postiove, perservative, perseptive, palitive, positeve, posssitve, posetively, positve, posivtie, posertive, postivie, posativ, pocessive, possesive, posotive, poaitive, proative, postiive, posititive, perpestive, postiv, positivily, pasive, sesitive, suportave, oppsitive, assitive, posditive, postivtive, supposrtive, positice, posititve, posative, posistive, positicve, persuative, postivly, poistive, posiative, positave, posivtive, posiitive, perservitive, posotve, positivem, assirtive, possative, possitively, positivley, possitives, possitevely, positivety, possissive, poistively, positivr, passitvity, pocitive, positvely, perciptive, possecive, lucirtive, fastive, ositive, postiviely, possitive, poeitive, psoitve, positieve, postitively, postivley, postivily, posotives, positied, pisitive, positves, positivel, positiuve, poisitive, positivitly, pallitive, patisfive, postitve, posoitive, posativly, posivive, postively, positived, posstive, possitin, acitive, apostive, positiveity, posseive, positvly, psooitive, postiively, proacitve, supoortive, perdicitive, poitive, purgitive, positrive, pasetive, posiitve, positvive, positevly, represitive, possisive, positivbe, positiives, possitve, pesivity, posiitively, possetive, positiin, oppositive, positivies, positibe, postille, postivite, poritive, positivty, positiveimage, poisiden, passitive, positavely, apositive, postphone, positivelly, soportive, possativly, positivve, positily, pusasive, potive, positivetly, psitively, possive, posivitive, astive, posativley, possatives, possitivly, posatives, positibve, psotiive, posittive, opsitive, posite, poosite, posstivie, possitivty, posivitve, positiverly, poactive, positivlly, postiitve, postived, psoitive, coservitive, positivre, positivie, pallistive, positiviley, positiviely, posituve, sisitive, repasentive, possotive, psycoactive, positiely, posiutive, postve, psotive, posiive, pseudolove, postitives, pozitive, punitave, positobe, possevie, pwwitivw, positvity, positiv, posititively, postinf, poisitve, posive, pozitiv, posivity, secitive, posisitve, postivitve, poseitive, povtive, posesive, suppostive, apositives, passitivity, perpsecitve, pesective, plastiv, politive, positief, positiev, positivate, positivee, positiver, posivte, posiyive, postiver, positivitely, positvley, posivtively, poistives, posiivity, positvitiy, supotive, topsyturvy.
- Examples of usage:
" At this time," he said, " it will scarcely do to be positive on some things.
"Ashton-Kirk, Investigator",John T. McIntyre.
My orders are positive."
"The Circular Staircase",Mary Roberts Rinehart.
When I pressed him for an explanation, he was unable to give any definite reasons, except that he felt positive it could be done.
"Edison, His Life and Inventions",Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin.
- " At this time," he said, " it will scarcely do to be positive on some things.