make no mistake


used to stress the truth or accuracy of a statement
Make no mistake (about it), if we don't address these problems now, they will only get worse.

Examples of make no mistake in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The stadium erupted in a press-box shaking roar, all those stinking 49ers fans finally had their moment to celebrate but, make no mistake, their team had to work for it. Bill Plaschke, Los Angeles Times, 18 Sep. 2023 But make no mistake – the fancy dress and formal tableware does not mean the tents aren’t festive in the 10-acre plot in the middle of campus that is a flurry of activity on football Saturdays. Erick Smith, USA TODAY, 29 Aug. 2023 The Navy will not say officially that there are nuclear weapons on board this submarine, but make no mistake. ABC News, 23 July 2023 But, make no mistake, the villain of what looked like a feel-good story will be the bullpen. Kevin Sherrington, Dallas News, 7 Sep. 2023 But make no mistake, getting a fourth-rounder back for a player who cost you four draft picks – three of them first-rounders – to obtain near the top of the 2021 draft can only be characterized as a football catastrophe. Nate Davis, USA TODAY, 27 Aug. 2023 But make no mistake – the United States sees itself as pivotal in this summit. Tara Sonenshine, Fortune, 12 July 2023 But make no mistake — many of the most alluring tree house stays are far more luxurious than traditional backyard forts. Patricia Doherty, Travel + Leisure, 22 Aug. 2023 Barbie at first held out the potential for sheer escapism, and make no mistake: hot actors goofing around is a decent salve after sitting through the Manhattan Project. Miles Klee, Rolling Stone, 23 July 2023 See More

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“Make no mistake.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 28 Sep. 2023.

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