Peace of mind or piece of mind?

United States
October 30, 2007 3:26pm CST
Just a couple minutes ago, I saw an advertisement that said, "Bonded for your Piece of mind". And, I'm pretty sure they meant to say, "Peace of mind." Is that how it's said? How do you say it? Peace of mind? Or, piece of mind? Cause I'm pretty sure if you're giving someone a piece of your mind, then that means you're upset with them. Or, at least that's what it meant when I was growing up. What do you think?
1 response
@Darkwing (21590)
31 Oct 07
Yes, you're quite right, Beauty. In this context, it's "Peace of Mind"... in other words for your mind's peace. If you give somebody a "Piece of Your Mind", you're telling them your frank thoughts on something, usually in an aggressive or disagreeing manner. lol. Brightest Blessings, my friend.