catchy definition by Webster's New World
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- catchiness noun
catchy definition by American Heritage Dictionary
adjective catch·i·er, catch·i·est
- Attractive or appealing: a catchy idea for a new television series.
- Easily remembered: a song with a catchy tune.
- Tricky; deceptive: a catchy question on an exam.
- Fitful or spasmodic: catchy breathing.
- catchˈi·ness noun