Green’s Dictionary of Slang

whole... n.

in combs. meaning everything, the whole lot; as well as combs. below and separate entries, see also under relevant nouns.

In compounds

whole box and dice [mid-19C+] (Aus.)
whole caboose (also whole caboosh) [late 19C+] (Aus./Irish)
whole circus [1910s+] (Aus.)
whole cooloo [1930s]
whole enchilada (also full enchilada) [1930s]
whole jingbang (also whole gimbang, ...gingbang, ...jimbang) [Scot., ? echoic of people moving] [late 19C+]
whole route [1900s] (US)