Hello everyone, I already know that the phrases "a moment's rest" or "a moment's peace" are used in British English meaning "a period of time of relief, without being upset, sad, etc". My question: Does "a moment's rest" sound natural/correct in the examples I made below in American English? a. I don't get a moment's rest with those children. They're always a headache. I don't know what to do. b. Those neigbors don't give us a moment's rest. They're always playing loud music, which doesn't allow us to sleep or concentrate. We don't know what to do. Thank you in advace!