Updated: Aug 16, 2020
whatever; what; what sort of; any kind of ／ nothing whatever (with neg. verb)
There is no disgrace in being poor.
He didn't doubt that Ben had something to do with the crime.
He had no part in the scandal.
何らか/なんらか when you add か the meaning slightly changes to.
some; any; in any way; of some kind; of some sort
These sentence examples have come from jisho.org
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