[hap-ee-goh-luhk-ee] /ˈhæp i goʊˈlʌk i/
trusting cheerfully to luck; happily unworried or unconcerned.
carefree or easy-going
also happy go lucky, 1670s as an adverb, “haphazard;” the adjective, of persons, recorded from 1856.
noun 1. a cocktail hour or longer period at a bar, during which drinks are served at reduced prices or with free snacks: happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. noun 1. a time, usually in the early evening, when some pubs or bars sell drinks at reduced prices “early evening period of discount drinks […]
noun 1. the North American Indian heaven, conceived of as a paradise of hunting and feasting for warriors and hunters. 2. a place where one finds in abundance that which one needs or desires, or where one may pursue an activity without restriction: New England attics are happy hunting grounds for antique collectors. noun 1. […]
- Happy jack
noun 1. (Austral) another name for grey-crowned babbler
noun Liquor: The increased taxes on happy-juice have cut the revenues from liquor sales (1950s+)