don't you believe it!

don't you believe it

set phrase Don't believe it. If anyone tells you that learning to play the flute is fun, don't you believe it—it's torture!
See also: believe

don’t you beˈlieve it!

(spoken) used to tell somebody that something is definitely not true: Some people say skiing is easy but don’t you believe it!
See also: believe
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But Nuns have a message for those who reckon they are at the start of a slide - don't you believe it
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