14
Oct
09

“HOLD YOUR PEACE” vs “SAY YOUR PIECE”

Some folks imagine that since these expressions are opposites, the last word in each should be the same; but in fact they are unrelated expressions. The first means “maintain your silence,” and the other means literally “speak aloud a piece of writing” but is used to express the idea of making a statement.

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