Definition of whole-hoggery in English:

whole-hoggery

noun

informal
  • Action characterized by or based on great devotion to a cause, project, etc.; thoroughgoing or uncompromising effort.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Age. From whole hog + -ery.

Pronunciation

whole-hoggery

/ˌhəʊl ˈhɒɡəri/