- (idiomatic) Completely; unreservedly: swallowed the official version totus porcus.
- (slang) Fake Latin meaning whole hog (see go whole hog).
- "I went the whole hog, totus porcus" by Admiral 'Jacky' Fisher,The World Crisis, Vol 2, 1915 (1923), Churchill, Thornton Butterworth (London), p. 165. Also mentioned in a slightly different context in Fisher's Memories(1919), p. 165-6.
- "Or will we be like the Gadarene swine, that pathetic example of totus porcus–going whole hog–after the trends of the moment?" by Neal A. Maxwell from a “fireside address” given at Brigham Young University on 5 September 1982.
- "As a founding principle of our trip, Margaret and I decided that if we were going to go, we would go whole hog, totus porcus, super deluxe all the way" by Michael Korda published in the New York Times Travel section 25 February 1996.
- "The media swallowed it totus porcus – whole hog", by John Maxwell in 2005 in his political blog.