Used to emphasize the truth of a statement: believe me, it is well worth the effort
More example sentences
- Since more people think I'm quite chatty here and seem open to talking about EVERYTHING, they expect that I am quite the tell-all girl, but believe you me, there's so much I don't feel okay writing about.
- Young Higgins will go where the money is, believe you me.
- They won't have a transcript, but don't you worry, believe you me, if there is a discrepancy in which either side promised something in opening and they didn't deliver, they will hear about it in closing from the other side.