fulminunt v. 克服，战胜
The impasse has proved to be insurmountable: as a result, negotiations have been suspended indefinitely.
But even if he or a rival succeeds, such a drug may never surmount its controversy. FORBES: Oblivion in a Pill
And even if he secures Labours nomination, Mr Michael has yet another hurdle to surmount. ECONOMIST: Labour in Wales
While weight loss is always difficult, smartphone-enabled tools can help you surmount traditional barriers. FORBES: How to Keep Your New Years Resolution To Lose Weight
pry v. 窥探，窥视
After she was caught snooping in the closet, the maid was fired for prying into the personal lives of her clients.
However, Engadget maintains full editorial control, and Verizon will have to pry it from our cold, dead hands. ENGADGET: blogger-avatar
Until the next Honeywell comes along, David is pushing his engineers to pry open new markets. FORBES: The thinker
Alas, the EU is perfectly within its rights to pry this money out of our pockets.
censure v. 抨击，指责
Book reviewers who are reluctant to censure a book openly may imply their criticism by merely avoiding enthusiastic praise.