- n. The state or quality of being catchy.
“But if touched by verve and savvy, catchiness is an asset.”
“The music makes sure to delineate verse, chorus and briefly pretty bridge, and to repeat them in the name of catchiness.”
“And I’d argue that the one song that rivals ‘Soul Meets Body’ for pure, summery catchiness is The NP’s ‘Use It.’”
“This isn't intended to be introspective art rock, so 'catchiness' is definitely a valuable quality.”
“The article goes on to examine how the need to master some games is more akin to the "catchiness" of a song than an addiction.”
“The concept of 'catchiness' aside, it would be fine if the song was progressive, but with the exception of the aforementioned instrumental section, this is a very straightforward hard rock song.”
“catchiness" only comes into play with repeated listens, as one absorbs the layers of nuance creeping underneath the dissonance.”
“The best part (aside from its undeniable catchiness) is that it's not just another bashing -- Sheehan actually gets a kick out of the "raving mad" Senate candidate and will fondly remember her (as long as she doesn't win).”
“Arthur gets the balance of esoterica and catchiness just right.”
“I suspect that the subtitle was added later for the sake of catchiness or else was the first concept of the book that later had to be edited down for length's sake?”
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