go the whole hog meaning

  "go the whole hog" in a sentence
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[American slang]
v. phr., informal To do something completely or thoroughly; to give all your strength or attention to something. When Bob became interested in model airplanes, he went the whole hog. The family went whole hog at the fair, and spent a lot of money.
Compare: ALL OUT, ALL THE WAY, SHOOT THE WORKS.

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  1. they painted the kitchen and then decided to go the whole hog and redecorate the other rooms as well.
  2. (man 3 ) i go the whole hog in the cause of texas
  3. man 3 ) i go the whole hog in the cause of texas
  4. man 3 i go the whole hog in the cause of texas
  5. they painted the kitchen and then decided to go the whole hog and redecorate the other rooms as well

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