catchy[ kach-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF catchy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CATCHY
He found nothing, and his catchy breathing lengthened to sighs.
Then he whistled in a low tone to himself a popular and catchy refrain.
This catchy tune in a pleasant key Opened the door to liberty.
And have a good, catchy dedication—people are interested in your personality.
“I thought I heard a racket,” she said in her crisp, catchy voice.
The play of "Hamlet" is not catchy, and there is a noticeable lack of local gags in it.
And after a week or two, the catchy feeling in my throat went off.
You say in your letter that what the American people clamor for is something "catchy."
The orchestra struck up a catchy tune and the big curtain slowly rose.
Then delicately, cautiously, the skipper and his man picked their way with short, catchy strokes—mere dabs at the boiling foam.