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')

_______ _______ 66 a flood which claims many lives, perhaps (5,9)
_______ _______ 67 a foolish behaviour -- all for love (8,5)
_______ _______ 68 a foul heap (4,4)
_______ _______ 69 a frosty nagging old woman (4,5)
_______ _______ 70 a gentle youngster (4,5)
_______ _______ 71 a good bargain is sometimes called this (4,5)
_______ _______ 72 a good bargain is sometimes called this (4,4)
_______ _______ 73 a greeting for Shakespeare's Moor (5,7)
_______ _______ 74 a grossly stupid fish (5,4)
_______ _______ 75 a gutsy tale, perhaps? (4,5)
_______ _______ 76 a gyro-compass containing gold (6,7)
_______ _______ 77 a hasty choice (5,4)
_______ _______ 78 a heart shaped sheet of metal (7,5)
_______ _______ 79 a hiding place for window frameworks (4,5)
_______ _______ 80 a hiding place for window frameworks (4,5)
_______ _______ 81 a high-pitched boring tool (6,5)
_______ _______ 82 a hole in the ground used to prepare short burlesque dramas? (4,3)
_______ _______ 83 a hug during the close on-field football conference (6,6)
_______ _______ 84 a humble and sly glance (4,4)
_______ _______ 85 a jovial show-dancer (7,7)

Answers: 66. water slaughter, 67. romantic antic, 68. vile pile, 69. cold scold, 70. mild child, 71. real steal, 72. real deal, 73. is Hello, Othello, 74. crass bass, 75. gory story, 76. aurous pylorus, 77. quick pick, 78. cordate plate, 79. sash cache, 80. sash stash, 81. shrill drill, 82. skit pit, 83. huddle cuddle, 84. meek peek, 85. chipper stripper,

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