Definition of catchy :
1. Apt or tending to catch the fancy or attention; catching; taking; as, catchy music.
2. Consisting of, or occuring in, disconnected parts or snatches; changeable; as, a catchy wind.
3. Tending to catch or insnare; entangling; - usually used fig.; as, a catchy question.
foxy, attention-getting, appealing, hard, tricksy, musical, slippery, tricky, difficult, engaging, popular, slick, sprightly, infectious, crafty, charming, guileful, tuneful, haunting, knavish, eye-catching, cunning, pleasant, singable, bouncy, snappy, sly, dodgy, wily
- And I will say for him that he states his case smooth enough, smilin' that catchy smile of his, and tappin' me friendly on the knee. - "Torchy, Private Sec.", Sewell Ford.
- There is a valse in it which was popular for a time, and a few catchy numbers, but the critic was right- mediocre is the word. - "Shakespeare and Music", Christopher Wilson.
- Why, with a catchy title and a few mushy pictures it would make a lovely contribution to one of the leadin' thirty- five- centers, just as it stood. - "Torchy", Sewell Ford.