a piece of (one's) mind

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a piece of (one's) mind

One's honest opinion or feelings, often expressing anger or frustration. I had to give Sarah a piece of my mind after she left my car a mess for the third time this week. Boy, the boss really gave me a piece of his mind after that awful meeting.
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piece of one's mind

Frank and severe criticism, censure, as in Chuck was furious and gave him a piece of his mind. The word piece here is used in the sense of "portion," but the portion of the mind alluded to always has a negative opinion. [Second half of 1500s]
See also: mind, of, piece

a piece of (one's) mind

Frank and severe criticism; censure.
See also: mind, of, piece
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