Related formsnon·de·clar·er, noun
Examples from the Web for declarer
The adversaries of the Declarer must realize that they are at some disadvantage in the play.
It is true that the Declarer expects that suit, but it may be the only opening he fears.
The deal was played and resulted in the Declarer taking six tricks, a loss of 600.
The Declarer does not answer, but continues the play in the usual manner.
It is a tool which should be employed only by the Declarer of ripe experience, and he will limit its use to the unusual hand.