impressed with oneself

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It is also not clear that believing in one's excellence or superiority, or being impressed with oneself in some way, is sufficient for arrogance.
A disposition to avoid being very impressed with oneself is just one component of the humble person's realism about her worth and significance.
Synthesising these ideas, it might be said that humility is the mean virtue consisting of a due appreciation of one's limitations, and limited significance, as an individual and human being, and an accompanying disinclination to be very confident in and impressed with oneself.