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What does "To be on excellent terms with yourself" means?
Does that means that the person thinks highly of himself?
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A BRAVE BOY'S FIGHT FOR FORTUNE
By Horatio Alger, Jr.
Squire Walsingham was a tall, portly man of fifty, sleek and evidently on excellent terms with himself.
The author is trying to give the impression of a happy and (perhaps overly) confident man.
In future, gurpreetgill4u, please give us the source and context in post #1, without waiting to be asked for it. This text is from 1900, which may affect our answers.