Abrasiveness Billowing .
noun from Latin. 1. texture of any material or substance used for grinding, polishing, etc., as emery, pumice, or sandpaper. 2. tending to annoy or cause ill will; overly aggressive: The abrasiveness of her personality was so rough that everyone avoided her.
verb from Old Norse from Latin 3. to rise or roll in or like billows/waves; surge. 4. to swell out, puff up, etc., as by the action of wind: The flags were billowing in the breeze.; they were surging in the wind.
noun from Old English. Used in Law . a person who brings suit in a court (as opposed to defendant). The plaintiff decided to sue his neighbor for $500 damages when the neighbor’s tree fell on his car.
Adjective from Middle English/Middle French. 1. abundantly supplied or provided; filled (usually followed by with ): a speech replete with sentimentality. 2. stuffed or gorged with food and drink. 3. complete: The essay was replete in its notes and citations; it was full of notes and citations.