I am not sure this has been asked here before. What I'm curious about is what particles get replaced by でも in its hedging usage ("or something") and what can occur alongside it and in what order?
It seems は, が, and を are always replaced. (I can't think of a context with を in such a position but if it ever was, I'd imagine it'd also get replaced):
But で seems necessary?
The most confusing is に which I'm not sure should come before or after でも or even when it can be dropped.
愛車で海でもに行く？ (source) (this seems much less common?)
And what about other particles: しか、とか、など、か、から、と、まで etc.?
So the quotative と comes before でも. What about 格助詞のと?
Should we assume all other particles behave similarly: comes before でも?