I recently learned about strong adjectives and the fact that you shouldn't use "very" with them, because their definition already includes "very".
E.g., "thrilled" -- i.e., very happy, you can't say "very thrilled" according to the rule I described above. But for some reason this link https://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/thrilled provides this example:
I’m not very thrilled about having to do it again.
So, is the Macmillan dictionary wrong then?