Down·hill adv. Towards the bottom of a hill; as, water runs downhill.
Down·hill, a. Declivous; descending; sloping. “A downhill greensward.”
Down·hill, n. Declivity; descent; slope.
On th' icy downhills of this slippery life. --Du Bartas (Trans. ).
adj : sloping down rather steeply [syn: declivitous, downward-sloping]
n 1: the downward slope of a hill
2: a ski race down a trail
adv 1: toward a lower or inferior state; "your performance has been
going downhill for a long time now"
2: toward the bottom of a hill; "running downhill, he gained a
lot of speed"