One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To attack or strike with a water bomb, or (more generally) a large quantity of water; to direct a water bomb at; especially to release a large quantity of water on to (a fire) from the air as a firefighting measure.
1940s; earliest use found in The Hammond Times. From water + bomb, after water bomb.
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