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Spell check of catchy

Correct spelling: catchy

eye-catching, ticklish, engaging, sticky, sly, irregular, flamboyant, grabby, pleasant, choppy, knavish, occasional, hairy, musical, bodacious, spasmodic, arresting, sprightly, difficult, prominent, striking, wily, dodgy, splashy, marked, prickly, commanding, appealing, bouncy, cunning, casual, popular, tuneful, snappy, showy, bold, haunting, slippery, guileful, infectious, spiny, erratic, hard, problematic, tricky, touchy, episodic, nasty, pronounced, sensitive, attention-getting, unsteady, crafty, foxy, noisy, kenspeckle, remarkable, brilliant, spotty, charming, singable, conspicuous, tough, spastic, discontinuous, slick, emphatic, delicate, thorny, intermittent, dramatic, knotty, aperiodic, tricksy, sporadic.

insignificant, conservative, systematic, unflashy, straightforward, changeless, effortless, undemanding, even, shrouded, methodical, plain, uniform, unwavering, subdued, unemphatic, dim, unremarkable, unappealing, understated, faint, quiet, equable, unchanging, restrained, undistinguished, subtle, manageable, unpretentious, obscure, unproblematic, stable, simple, unobtrusive, periodic, regular, unaffected, unrelenting, steady, stationary, hidden, unvarying, unimportant, modest, toned-down, painless, unassuming, continuous, inconspicuous, unnoticeable, constant, orderly, concealed, muted, unremitting, repeated, habitual, easy, uncomplicated.

Examples of usage:

1) It should be frankly stated that much difficulty was experienced in getting the corresponding terms in English for those catchy expressions. - "Botchan (Master Darling)", Mr. Kin-nosuke Natsume, trans. by Yasotaro Morri.

2) It was a tum- ti- tum but undeniably catchy affair. - "The Salamander", Owen Johnson.

3) The trouble was that many of the congregation would think only of the original words of these catchy tunes, and in the general uproar some of the priests would sing the actual texts, thinking that the people would not hear them, and forgetting that they were supposed to be for an all- hearing ear. - "The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 1", Rupert Hughes.