In off-hours, particularly in the evenings, you can foregather there for cards, yarns or reading.
He was a waiter, like myself—not a bad sort of chap, though a bit of a toff in his off-hours.
It was therefore arranged that I should go to him during all the off-hours of my work; and this I did.
By this time the Club was well under way; and from that time forth its secretary kept my off-hours well supplied with business.
But notice, in any of these off-hours, what exercise these girls take.
Scott's safety lay in his books, and in his keeping too busy in his off-hours to have time to get into mischief.
But he promised himself at least to take advantage of off-hours.
not within the normal work hours; during one's leisure time