The main phase changes are:
A few fine points should be mentioned:
There are also sub-phases of the phases which---in trying to restrain the growth of verbiage---are usually just called phases: e.g., the 15 water ice phases.
Fluids continuously deform under applied shear stress.
To us, plasmas are NOT a separate phase, they are just a kind of gas.
This is probably because liquids are a rather delicate state of matter that in many astrophysical contexts do NOT turn up at all because pressure is too low or the temperature is too high. For example, consider the phase diagram for water in file phase_diagram_water.html.
Given the delicacy factoid, deposition and sublimation seem unnecessary terms and vaporization and condensation just trip off the tongue.