Thesaurus / downhill
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Downhill most of the way, often very steep, and there was a good deal of dismounting and leading to be done.

Dante, at 35, was in the 'middle' of life; after which, all was downhill.

The road was downhill here, and the pedals whirled around like the crank-shaft of a flying locomotive.

The IncendiaryW. A. (William Augustine) Leahy

Downhill walking was much easier and at intervals they were encouraged by a glimpse of the light.

Ghost Beyond the GateMildred A. Wirt

Downhill's better than up, as the man said when he fell over the cliff.

Dry Fish and WetAnthon Bernhard Elias Nilsen

Jasper being on the downhill side when the wheel collapsed, plunged head first from the seat, landing heavily on the ground.

The pitches were just as steep, but they were nearly all downhill, which made our progress seem quicker and pleasanter.

The Last VoyageLady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey

Though the course was downhill to the Mertz Glacier, the sledge required a good deal of pulling owing to the wet runners.

In many cases the breast-roll has been raised 14 or 15 inches, and the stock rushes, as it were, downhill.

The Manufacture of PaperRobert Walter Sindall

They traveled faster now, for although the snow was as deep as ever, the going was downhill.

The Black FawnJames Arthur Kjelgaard

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