From Words Fail Me by Philip Howard (Hamish Hamilton Ltd, 1980):
"[...] in our Age of Hyperbole such intensifying words as "very" and "extremely" and "the greatest" have come to be turncoat words that mean the opposite to what they say. They actually weaken what they qualify. [...] "I am pleased to meet you" sounds more sincerely pleased than "I am very pleased to see you." O tetracopros, blight radio commentators who wish one a VERY good morning first thing.

Perhaps the title of his book explains why he used a word
for which I can not find dictionary definition. A small bit
of coprolalia?