But they carried with them a lot of the positive stuff that they learned at the prison and it helped maintain who they are.
In short: I have had positive experiences with family and guns.
Priebus and his little committee got some good press out of Monday, or at least some positive headlines.
Let Jupiter in Taurus fuel your optimism, in every sense of the word: Keep a positive attitude and be abundance conscious.
As a woman who contracted HIV from a man who claimed to have been unaware he was HIV positive, I have never entirely blamed him.
Nevertheless the craving endured, at times a positive hunger.
Let us by all means give them instead a dose of positive philosophy.
After all, in her finest moments, France has a positive genius for warfare.
It means also the power of soul accumulated in the positive doing of good.
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.