To deteriorate; worsen; go to pot: It looks like his health is going downhill fast (1922+)
“When he got bit by the gubernatorial bug, things started to go downhill,” says Siegel.
She did not often suffer from weariness any more, but she had, without knowing it, commenced to go downhill.
He'll go downhill so fast that a ship's anchor wouldn't hold him.
The moment that we began to go downhill I perceived that we were in a position of the greatest danger.
I have always believed that it is easier to go downhill than to go up.
And then he explained to me that any fool can go uphill, but a Montenegrin is the only man who can go downhill.
He was afflicted with what the Western people called the 'swaleys,' and could not go downhill.
I think the hardest thing to do is to go downhill gracefully.
Anyhow, after a while he began to go downhill financially, which is another way of saying he got into debt.
You go downhill to it from the street, and it is crowded on all sides but the front by other buildings.