There are 2 definitions of hooky in English:

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noun

variant spelling of hookey.

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Pronunciation: ɪnˈvɛnəm
verb
put poison on or into; make poisonous

There are 2 definitions of hooky in English:

hooky2

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Pronunciation: /ˈhʊki
 
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adjective (hookier, hookiest)

(Of a tune) having immediate appeal and easy to remember; catchy: a hooky bass line
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  • They make music that's fun and fresh, adding urban beats and hooky riffs to catchy rhythm lines and choruses that make you want to jump and shout.
  • She's clearly found an appropriate songwriting partner with husband Bill Bell, and has enough hooky songs to counter her abundance of emotional ballads.
  • It's a fabulous record, from the string of catchy tracks that opens the album to the slower six-minute ‘Fountain Song’ and the barrage of hooky tunes composing the latter half of the disc.

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