noun whole–hog·ger \-ˈhȯgə(r), -ˈhäg-\

Definition of whole–hogger

  1. :  one that supports or promotes something without reservation, qualification, or hesitation :  one that goes the limit or the whole hog a whole-hogger for economy in every constituency except his own — Irish Statesman

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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