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go sour

Fig. to turn bad or unpleasant. It looks like all my plans are going sour. My whole life is going sour right now.
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go/turn ˈsour

become less enjoyable, pleasant or good: Relations between the two nations have recently gone sour.
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go sour

in. to turn bad or unpleasant. My whole life is going sour right now.
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In a similar slip, he quotes approvingly a weird paragraph from anthropologist Marvin Harris regarding witch hunts in olden times, which embodies reflexive anti-clericism more than rationality: "Did your roof leak, your cow abort, your oats wither, your wine go sour, your head ache, your baby die?
So if things do go sour at these firms, investors can claim for the first pounds 30,000 of their investment - and then 90 per cent of the next pounds 20,000.
Consequently, tax practitioners can offer little assistance to families who have had loans go sour or who have made loan guarantees.
Significance: The Court extended its comments on point 3 of its finding by stating: "He [the physician] cannot point to the payor as the liability scapegoat when the consequences of his own determinative medical decisions go sour.
It could really be just a sales pitch in disguise, and it may actually cost you a fortune when the investments go sour.
He decided to retire, knowing he already qualified for his pension, and hope that his investments don't go sour and his $3,500 monthly allowance provides enough for living expenses and a collection of old railroad lanterns.