uncatchy

uncatchy

(ʌnˈkætʃɪ)
adj, -catchier or -catchiest
not catchy or memorable
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The words were first set to entirely different music, while the tune known today as "Auld Lang Syne" was originally matched to other lyrics, such as the uncatchy sounding ditty: "O Can Ye Labor Lea, Young Man.
14In the news this week, MOA- 2007-BLG-192Lb is the rather uncatchy name for the smallest what yet known to science?
On that basis a better but very uncatchy choice of title might be The potential for the future development of the public library service in those parts of the United Kingdom where there is easy access to networked technology and where the service managers are committed to the wider use of information and communications technologies for the betterment of the individuals and communities within their geographic region.