go whole hog meaning

  "go whole hog" in a sentence
[American idiom]
to do everything possible; to be extravagant. (Informal.)
Let's go whole hog. Order steak and lobster.
Show some restraint. Don't go whole hog all the time.

[American slang]
to do everything possible; to be extravagant.
  Let's go whole hog. Order steak and lobster.
  Show some restraint. Don't go whole hog all the time.

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  1. instead of just painting the room, why not go whole hog and redecorate it completely
  2. "We didn't go whole hog,"
  3. We go whole hog and do something all the way.
  4. Or you could go whole hog and integrate it into a true cassoulet.
  5. Southerners only go whole hog for barbecuing hog.

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