and lo



used to express something happening that is shocking or inspirational, especially used in the middle ages. often used along with ‘and there was much rejoicing’.
and lo, matthew said that he shall evenly distribute the sweets amongst the attending members of the party, and he did, and there was much rejoicing.

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