As he dug through the boxes, lo and behold, there was a booklet with his birth certificate.
I just liked her from that movie Manny & lo, and she was 17, but I had this idea of her being this young Lauren Bacall-type girl.
The most important thing about this race is not political but—lo and behold!
lo and behold, some of them are even kind, intelligent, interesting, and fun to hang out with.
lo thinks the local government should designate one or two protest sites and leave the demonstrators alone.
But only for a moment, for she felt Mrs. Dodd start and press her arm; and lo!
So on he went, and lo, it stuckQuite through his little gill.
But she was too late; down came the axe, off went the head; and lo, and behold!
To-day, for the first time, did I put that attachment to the test, and lo!
So when Sir Palamydes had overthrown the Cornish knight, and when he would have returned to the tower, he could not, for lo!
early 13c., from Old English la, exclamation of surprise, grief, or joy; influenced in Middle English by lo!, short for lok "look!" imperative of loken "to look" (see look (v.)). Expression lo and behold attested by 1779.