self-exile

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self-ex·ile

(sĕlf′ĕg′zīl, -ĕk′sīl)
n.
One exiled by his or her own decision or volition.

self′-ex′iled adj.
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At this date, of the persons concerned in the tragedy of twelve years since at the Hampstead villa, three were dead; and one was self-exiled in a foreign land.
A community of disinterested merchants, and devoted self-exiled heralds of the Cross, located on the very spot that twenty years ago was defiled by the presence of idolatry.
On Friday, speaking at an event titled 'Cambodia on the Brink' in Australia's capital, self-exiled opposition deputy leader Mu Sochua said that if she were Prime Minister Hun Sen, she 'would be brave' enough to ask her and her opposition colleagues, self-exiled former leader Sam Rainsy and jailed party head Kem Sokha, to compete in the upcoming election.
QUETTA -- A well-attended tribal peace jirga held in Mastung on Wednesday vowed to foil conspiracies against China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and development activities in Balochistan and resolved to not allow the self-exiled leaders to 'send Baloch youths to the mountains', a reference to insurgency, just for serving their interests.
The jirga also decided that they won't let self-exiled Baloch leaders misguide the Baloch youth just to serve their own interests.
07 (ANI): The Maldives' Supreme Court late Tuesday revoked its order to release nine political dissidents, including self-exiled former president Mohamed Nasheed.
Geneva -- The Swiss government rejected self-exiled Baloch separatist leader Brahumdagh Bugti's application for political asylum on Thursday.
In a fresh criticism targeting London-based Mutahidda Qaumi Movement founder, he alleged that the self-exiled head of the party disrespected Pakistan on the Independence Day.
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella made the statement after self-exiled Communist Party of the Philippines founding chair Jose Ma.
The self-exiled MQM leader, in his speech to participants of a hunger strike outside Karachi Press Club on August 22, had incited party workers to take to the streets, ransack media houses and vandalize property.
Around 38,000 education staff will have to resign over suspected links to self-exiled cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday that the US has not received any request from Turkey to extradite the self-exiled cleric.