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whole-hog

noun as in whole hog

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There are two other options, cuts of the whole hog, on the table.

The second is to go whole hog, declaring marriage a constitutional right for all couples, gay or straight, across America.

Or you could go whole hog like Nub Sweeney and just wear overalls.

Why did we buy into AIG and Citigroup when we could have actually bought Goldman whole-hog, for a cut-rate price?

He devoured at one meal a whole hog; and after it, being accommodated with fruit, he ate three pecks of damsons.

Why not go the whole hog, and think it the only proper thing to do?

If they were to have Home Rule at all they must 'go the whole hog.'

He wants to be—eh—the whole hog, but—eh,—I reckon this is a—eh—free country, ain't it?

Thof I may be a bit up the spout, too, I don't deny; only I baint agoin' the whole hog all at once.

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On this page you'll find 353 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to whole-hog, such as: across-the-board, all-encompassing, broad, comprehensive, exhaustive, and extensive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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