I have always thought it acceptable to say and write, "She looked at me disgusted." However, I know some consider it ungrammatical, saying it must instead be either "She looked at me disgustedly" or "She looked at me, disgusted."
Please give me your opinions and explanations as to whether any of the foregoing sentences must be deemed grammatically wrong.
Briefly, my own analysis is as follows. It is correct to say, "She looked disgusted." So why would it be incorrect to say "She looked at me disgusted"? (She was disgusted while looking at me--or, she was looking at me while disgusted.)