The happy hour shall come, all the more appreciated because it comes unexpectedly.
This beginning spoiled the happy hour; for the picture was not Eveline's portrait.
And now, as the happy hour of his departure was quickly approaching, he became silent for a little.
But it will be done some time, and then comes the happy hour!
The day wears away, and at length comes the happy hour when gown and slippers may be brought into requisition.
Eleven will be the happy hour; fear not that the altar will not be worthy the charming bride of such a rich family.
Can't you finish your visit earlier, and let six be the happy hour?
But speaking of Coney Island, many's the happy hour I've spent on its historic sands.
"early evening period of discount drinks and free hors-d'oeuvres at a bar," first recorded 1961.