When she was a little girl her father used to send a whole hog to each minister in the village every fall when he killed his pigs.
He's gone in for the whole hog, but he 'ain't growed to it, as Old Josh had.
If they were to have Home Rule at all they must 'go the whole hog.'
I'll be generous; I won't go half-way with you; I'll be whole hog or none.
"Swaying on all top-ropes;" figuratively, "going the whole hog" in joviality or any trickery.
Yet if I went the whole hog, say: I want to, something like that.
It was a transitional period, the parting of ways between the "whole hog Jacksonite" and the moderate Democrat.
So I've got to have it in plain English before I go the whole hog.
You mean to say that she has gone the 'whole hog' with him; that she has 'burned her boats'?
At any rate, he went the whole hog afterwards, and then killed himself.
The totality; everything; the whole thing: We're talking best seller, miniseries, the whole enchilada