Some languages come with compilers that are fast enough to make them equally suited for frequent changes (e.g. Go). Compilers can also help you find problems early - the Elm compiler is famous for this - which can be a boon when making frequent changes.
When it comes to muddying the waters, I'd go so far as to say interpreted and compiled are different ends of a spectrum rather than enumerable values.
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