/ (ˈplɒŋkɪŋ) /
foolish, clumsy, or inepthis plonking response to the princess's death
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"Gimmie nine tickets on Ducksoup in the seventh," he said, plonking the handful of bills down on the counter.The Foreign Hand Tie|Gordon Randall Garrett