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I put the caption "Outspoken and candid as always" on a video I posted for Riz Ahmad in the Trevor Noah show. But I'm not sure if it sounds correct because I have always heard sentences where it's always "something as always" not "something and something as always". Should I remove one of the adjectives? Or is it fine?

This is the caption: "Outspoken and candid as always."

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It's OK. You may use multiple adjectives before such phrases as 'as always', 'as never before', etc.

Beautiful, intelligent, and confident as always, Mary impressed all of the guests at the dinner.

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