Definition of be of the belief that in English:

be of the belief that

Hold the opinion that; think: I am firmly of the belief that we need to improve our product
More example sentences
  • In the meantime, we're just firmly of the belief that if someone commits a crime in this country, they should be punished by our laws.
  • Having suffered a few nasty experiences on hockey fields, such as being obliged to play at all, she was firmly of the belief that sport ought to be actively discouraged.
  • I am firmly of the belief that this is the BEST ISSUE EVER and it's only the third one.
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