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catchy

adjective \ˈka-chē, ˈke-chē\

: appealing and easy to remember

catch·i·ercatch·i·est

Full Definition of CATCHY

1
a :  tending to catch the interest or attention <a catchy title>
b :  easily retained in the memory <a catchy melody>
2
:  fitful, irregular <catchy breathing>
3
:  tricky <a catchy question>
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Examples of CATCHY

  1. I can't think of a catchy name for my blog.
  2. The new slogan isn't as catchy as the old one.

First Known Use of CATCHY

1831

Rhymes with CATCHY

CATCHIER Defined for Kids

catchy

adjective \ˈka-chē, ˈke-\
catch·i·ercatch·i·est

Definition of CATCHY for Kids

:  likely to attract and be remembered <a catchy tune>

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