peace of mind

noun phrase

: a feeling of being safe or protected
Installing a security system in your home will give you greater peace of mind.

Examples of peace of mind in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The PetSafe style stays firmly in place, which gives me peace of mind, especially while walking in busy cities. Ali Faccenda, Peoplemag, 1 June 2024 Embrace the change that offers peace of mind, and reach out to people who share your interests and concerns. Eugenia Last, The Mercury News, 31 May 2024 Knowing their calves are being raised cruelty-free for rose veal, instead of the pale-white industrial stuff, gives her peace of mind. Keith Pandolfi, Saveur, 15 May 2024 Rosie hopes this book proves that a bountiful harvest can come from the smallest of spaces and shows how even a patio planter of herbs on a balcony or windowsill can bring much satisfaction and peace of mind. Kristin Guy, Sunset Magazine, 23 May 2024 That’s part of the reason adding an induction cooktop can bring you more money when investing in your home, along with purer air and more peace of mind. Christianna Silva, Better Homes & Gardens, 21 May 2024 Parents benefiting from child care at their work sites praise the model, given its convenience, affordability, and peace of mind. Jackie Valley, The Christian Science Monitor, 21 May 2024 In the finale, Sheldon decides he’ll get baptized for his mom’s peace of mind. Yvonne Villarreal, Los Angeles Times, 17 May 2024 In this new story, Alvarez creates a world where everyone is on a quest to achieve a dream — retirement, literary fame, a steady job, peace of mind, authenticity. Marcela Davison Avilés, NPR, 15 May 2024

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“Peace of mind.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 15 Jun. 2024.

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