bidder

All Noun
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  • Bidder may lead first card while this decision is being made but is not required.
  • Both the bidder and his partner have their score count towards making the contract.
  • The program does not require any bidder to offer the development rights to all of his property.
  • This bidder will still win the lot, but will pay more than would otherwise be the case.
  • The score of the team playing against the bidder does not change.
  • No bidder came close to the expected prize, and the sale thus fell through.
  • Possibly he had run away to a foreign country to sell his model to the highest bidder. Cited from Madge Morton's Secret, by Amy D. V. Chalmers
  • The highest bidder always plays the first lead card in the game.
  • In most cases, with a physical data room, only one bidder team can access the room at a time.
  • Before any action could be taken, though, the hall was put up for sale to the highest bidder.
  • This information, and a wide variety of other goods, is usually made available to the highest bidder.
  • The highest bidder gets a chance to answer it with the second half of that question revealed.
  • Normal play except bidder's partner does not play, puts hand face down.
  • Each bidder was a joint venture between an international and a local company.
  • They can play both sides and influence voters for the highest bidder.
  • The lowest bidder for fire services is usually awarded the four year contract for services to the village.
  • Failure to pay led to the sale of land to the highest bidder.
  • Under a traditional contract, construction cannot begin until after the design is finished and the project has been awarded to a bidder.
  • This meant it was a high risk project for the successful bidder.
  • The winning bidder is then granted what's left of the deck.
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Words starting with bidder

Meaning of bidder

  • noun Someone who makes an offer
  • noun Someone who makes a bid at cards