Rhyme and Reason by Adrian Hoad-Reddick
The answers to the following clues take the form of two rhyming words (e.g. obese feline = 'fat cat')

_______ _______ 728 if you wedge something under one of its four legs, it will become one (6,5)
_______ _______ 729 if you were to cut us (3,5)
_______ _______ 730 ill-humoured in the morning (5,5)
_______ _______ 731 ill-sized catcher's glove (6,4)
_______ _______ 732 illuminated concavity in the ground (3,3)
_______ _______ 733 illustrious dunce (6,9)
_______ _______ 735 Immanuel's fuming (4,4)
_______ _______ 736 immobilized 18-wheeler (5,5)
_______ _______ 737 impale a scaly legless reptile with a garden implement (4,5)
_______ _______ 738 Impatiens Walleriana (4,6)
_______ _______ 739 impede a Greek lyric poet (6,6)
_______ _______ 740 improper tune (5,4)
_______ _______ 741 improved missive (6,6)
_______ _______ 742 impulse to join (5,4)
_______ _______ 743 imputation of deceit (9,7)

Answers: 728. stable table, 729. we'd bleed, 730. surly early, 731. misfit mitt, 732. lit pit, 733. famous ignoramus, 735. Kant's rants, 736. stuck truck, 737. rake snake, 738. busy Lizzie, 739. hinder Pindar, 740. wrong song, 741. better letter, 742. merge urge, 743. bamboozle accusal,

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